Since the COVID-19 pandemic forced students to be schooled virtually at home, more and more parents are concerned about their children being indoctrinated by left-wing, “woke” ideologies, something that Dr. James Lindsay refers to as the “Marxification of education.”
The Alabama Republican Party on Saturday will vote to ban campaign contributions from National Education Association and the Alabama Education Association for its school board and superintendent candidates.
On Monday, Alabama Republican Party chairman John Wahl announced he was personally pursuing a rule change to prohibit campaign contributions from the National Education Association (NEA) and the Alabama Education Association (AEA) for its school board and superintendent candidates.
Last month, the Alabama Education Association (AEA), the labor union for Alabama's public K-12 school teachers, claimed victories defeating school choice and a handful of tax cut measures during the 2023 legislative session.
Headed into this year's legislative session, some speculated the Alabama Education Association (AEA), which functions as the labor union for Alabama's public K-12 school teachers, would take a different conservative-friendly approach in 2023.
Following outrage from Alabama Democratic leaders and organizations over his comments about failing inner-city schools, U.S. Senator Tommy Tuberville clarified his remarks while doubling down on his original point.
According to Lt. Gov. Will Ainsworth, the Alabama Education Association was working to kill an effort to reduce the state's share of the burden of the grocery tax on consumers.
In 2018, Alabama power signed a contract with Matrix LLC in which it agreed to pay the political consulting firm $124,000 per month for their services, including “external relations” with controversial groups like the Alabama Education Association.
Amid a push for school choice, the Alabama Education Association continues to throw money at members of the Alabama Legislature.
Just in this last election cycle, Jan. 1, 2019, until present, AEA has contributed $1,535,625.79 to candidates, lawmakers and BOE members across the state.
Teachers' unions have long been controversial in the United States, especially now, as polarizing discussions about public education in America are front and center.
In 2013, the relationship between the Alabama Republican Party and the Alabama Education Association (AEA), the union representing...