What’s the common factor among black, Hispanic, and white students who achieve higher than expected? An experienced teacher.
2020 Presidential hopefuls and educators address poverty and systemic racism at the Poor People’s Campaign forum.
More teachers, education support professionals and administrators are urging lawmakers to address the crisis of violent student behavior.
Refusing to stand by as their schools lose libraries, arts and music rooms, and computer labs, educators and parents are fighting back.
NEA Foundation Horace Mann Award recipient talks about the wide-ranging benefits language immersion programs bring to all students.
Take a look at what happens in public schools where educators care more about creating a community built upon kindness, not consequences.
After sparking the #RedforEd movement that swept the country, West Virginia educators are facing of a new round of attacks.
To mark the 50th anniversary of Stonewall, NEA invited six educators to share the triumphs, trials, and tribulations of being LGBTQ+ in the classroom.
It’s not just about low salaries. Pressure-filled working environments are driving too many educators out of the profession.
“When members are bullied or threatened, it has a chilling effect on their ability to speak up for themselves, each other, and their students.”