We Are What Democracy Looks Like, NEA President Tells RA Delegates

"3 million members are being called on to act to improve the lives of someone else’s child ... we must lead," says García.
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NEA Delegates Honor Charleston Shooting Victims and Move to Confront Racism

The National Education Association opened its Annual Meeting and Representative Assembly today by honoring the victims of the shooting rampage
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The Myth of a Teacher’s ‘Summer Vacation’
The “last day of school” is a misnomer. Research suggests most teachers get jobs in the summer to supplement their school-year salaries. Source: The Atlantic
Nearly Four of 10 U.S. Kids Exposed to Violence
Phone-based surveys show that nearly four of every 10 kids and teens in the U.S. were exposed to violence or abuse over the previous year. “Children are the most victimized segment of the population,” said study leader David Finkelhor of the Crimes Against Children Research Center at the University of New Hampshire in Durham. Source: Reuters
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In Praise of the Math Person

What makes a “math person?” Research suggests praise for a problem well solved goes a long way.
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