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The COVID-19 pandemic has upended our lives and our economy. No one understands that better than America’s working people.

By now, the numbers are numbing. Months into the coronavirus pandemic, more than 100,000 people in the U.S. are dead and 1.55 million have tested positive.

AFSA is partnering with JASON Learning to deliver a professional development program for school leaders tasked to manage education for students via technology during the coronavirus crisis.
The American Federation of School Administrators (AFSA), AFL-CIO, calls on all schools across the nation to close immediately.
Donald Trump promised that, if he was elected, “American worker[s] will finally have a president who will protect them and fight for them.” Has he kept this promise?

Black girls are twice as likely to be suspended in every state, and it’s not because of more frequent or serious misbehavior, a bold headline in U.S. News and World Reports states.

For years, this statistic has stood out to educators, raising great concern nationwide. 

The Trump administration budget for FY21 has nearly an 8% cut to education funding.
Chicago school principals and assistant principals turned out in force to speak their minds on the school rating system.