NEA Elects Pringle, Moss and Candelaria to Leadership

"We cannot—we will not—put off for one more second creating schools that serve the needs of all our students," says NEA President-elect Becky Pringle.   READ MORE »

Faculty and Staff Raise the Alarm Over Reopening College Campuses

With hundreds of thousands of college students expected to move onto campuses this month, faculty and staff are worried about inevitable COVID-19 outbreaks.   READ MORE »

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Schools Could Become Hot Spots for Coronavirus Spread
"There’s nothing in the data that suggests that kids being back in school is dangerous to them," says Education Secretary Betsy DeVos. The evidence suggests otherwise. Source: USA Today
Report: Two-Thirds of Teens Concerned About Return to School
According to a new survey, two-thirds of students said they are concerned about a return to school and nearly 40% are “extremely” or “very” concerned about going back to in-person instruction. Only a quarter of the respondents say they would prefer a live, five-day-a-week schedule. Source: District Administration

Art Teachers Inspire Kids with Projects They Could Do at Home

Educators in Kansas focus on creativity and connectivity to help students feel supported.   READ MORE »