The provision in the tax reform act that makes graduate tuition waivers taxable might go away, thanks to 31 Republican reps.
A handful of Calif. school districts are suing the federal government over President Trump’s decision to end the DACA program.
Noting the presidential history of the holiday, we observe that much needs to happen to ensure a healthy economy and a healthy planet.
The opioid crisis has caused schools to adjust their services, sometimes beyond the needs of current funding or staffing levels.
What will the eventual tax reform legislation Congress finally passes contain? Not sure yet, but a few parts of it have us concerned.
Congress faces a deadline of March 5, and unless it takes action, 100s of 1000s of DACA recipients will be at risk of deportation.
Proposed tax changes are in play in Congress. We feel compelled to oppose them because they would negatively affect schools.
EPA’s Scott Pruitt names advisers who may jeopardize key environmental moves but will take a new look at our clean air policies.
The govt. released a blockbuster report that says, without question, human activity is responsible for most global warming.
You may have heard that President Trump’s Twitter account was disabled for 11 minutes last night at the hands of a single rogue employee.