With parents targeted for deportation, students are traumatized, often unable to learn – and increasingly turn to educators for solace and advice.
More than 7,000 delegates gather in Boston to address the serious challenges facing students and public schools.
At annual meeting, NEA adopts forceful new policy that “draws a clear line between charters that serve to improve public education and those that do not.”
NEA Representative Assembly celebrates 2017 Teacher of the Year Sydney Chaffee and 2017 Education Support Professional of the Year Saul Ramos.
Educators should not try to find common ground with an administration that is “cruel and callous to our children,” Eskelsen García tells delegates.
By calling for a “well-rounded education” for all students, ESSA gives educators a unique chance to cultivate learning mindsets and skills.
Across the country, Native American students are standing up for cultural pride and heritage at high school graduation ceremonies.
Forty states in 2017 increased state funding to higher education. How has that affected faculty salaries?
NEA President: Ruling is big setback for advocates of voucher programs that take taxpayer dollars out of public schools to divert them to private religious schools.
NEA hosts Annual Meeting and Representative Assembly June 25–July 5 in Boston.