Archive December 2020
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On the Front Lines: Pennsylvania
Union Engagement Put Math Teacher on Leadership Path in Pennsylvania
Jimbo Lamb had only been teaching for a year when he jumped with both feet into an active role with the Pennsylvania State Education Association. In the midst of difficult contract negotiations, he responded to a call for volunteers, and ended up as the media spokesman during a school strike.
Enacting Bipartisan Retirement Reform Package Could Help Us Move Past Acrimony
The 116th Congress began its lame duck session on November 12. Time is short, but there is an opportunity right now to do something positive for retirement security by adopting a package of changes crafted by Republicans and Democrats working together.