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Invest in Education

Join the thousands supporting Red For Ed and fighting for our state’s public schools, students and educators.

DID YOU KNOW?

7 out of 10

voters say public schools in Indiana need more funding.

72%

of voters say public school teachers in Indiana are paid too little.

95%

of educators have seen an increase in workload, with a vast majority working additional hours.

Impacts of COVID-19 on School Year 

Educators describe the challenges of teaching in a pandemic. Without the right to bargain working conditions, educators are limited in their ability to advocate for better learning conditions and workplaces.


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How’s Your Year? 

Member responses to a survey on the impacts of COVID-19 on their school year indicated poor working conditions, high stress levels and health concerns.


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INDIANA SCHOOL FUNDING EXPLAINED 

Indiana’s students deserve fully and equitably funded schools. This video explains the history behind Indiana public school funding.


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JOIN THE RED FOR ED MOVEMENT

Educators are working hard for our kids. Let’s have their backs.


Join Red For Ed to support protecting public education funding, increasing teacher pay and improving working conditions. ISTA is working hard to ensure each educator has the resources, support, salary and benefits to stay in the job and to recruit the next generation of caring and committed educators. It takes a team to advocate for and demand good schools with the resources and support that all students deserve. Join us.

Thank you for supporting the Red For Ed movement. Our kids, public schools and educators appreciate your solidarity. We’ll share information here, via email and on social media outlining how you can continue your advocacy.