How can you support great teaching in your state? Check out this new, groundbreaking state policy guide from the OTL Campaign and six other national partners to learn how we can build a system to create and support great teachers for every student.
The Massachusetts Budget and Policy Center and OTL Campaign have released a powerful new tool for education organizers and advocates that highlights how states can raise revenue to fund schools fairly and ensure every student has a quality education.
On December 9, educators, parents and students in cities and towns across the country will mobilize in public action as part of the National Day of Action to Reclaim the Promise of Public Education: Our Schools, Our Solutions.
OTL allies from the Urban Youth Collaborative and the Dignity in Schools Campaign – New York are presenting at Talking Transition, an open forum event for discussing issues that Mayor-Elect Bill de Blasio should consider as he transitions into office. The groups have released an interactive presentation on the history of harsh school discipline policies.
OTL allies from the Philadelphia Student Union are featured in several recent media stories that showcase how these young organizers have become some of the strongest voices in the movement for educational equity in their city and nationwide.
Warren Simmons, Executive Director of the Annenberg Institute for School Reform, has some advice for Boston's Mayor-Elect Marty Walsh: to improve the city's schools, focus on equity and wraparound student supports.