We talk about ending childhood poverty, union organizing in right-to-work states, and Virginia’s ever revolving election cycle with Kevin Hickerson, President of the Fairfax Education Association.
From the Fairfax Education Association we have Kevin Hickerson on the program to talk about how millennials are much better than the bad rap they get in the media.
Kevin Hickerson, President of the Fairfax Education Association, says college loans are modern indentured servitude, and has a few choice words for Betsy DeVos.
Kevin Hickerson from the Fairfax Education Association helps us discuss DACA and how it is an important program for our country as a whole. We talk about how it appears that we are really taking steps backwards instead of forwards in this country.
Kevin Hickerson from the Fairfax Education Association joins us to talk about the latest goings on in their local education community. He talks about how we need unity from unions and education professionals to make it through these trying times.
Kevin Hickerson, President of the Fairfax Education Association, joins us to discuss what his union is doing to help students and teachers in their area and around the country.
Kevin Hickerson, President of the Fairfax Education Association discusses how education in America stacks up against the rest of the world. The house vote on healthcare was breaking news at the end of this segment.
We fund what we value, and if we value our children, we should fund public schools, says Kevin Hickerson, president of the Fairfax Education Association. He joins us to talk about the results we see when we do (or don’t) invest in schools, early childhood education programs and teachers.
The Education Watchdog: The President of the Fairfax Education Association Kevin Hickerson and Matt Edgell of the Western Pennsylvania Education Association join us to talk about how all hands are on deck to combat Betsy DeVos as as the Secretary of Education nominee.
On the campaign trail Trump promised to drain the swamp, but hes stocked it quite full of alligators after the public school system, says Kevin Hickerson, president of the Fairfax Education Association.