Whether school doors reopen or remote learning continues, student progress will depend on how we support their emotional and mental health.
Looking ahead to the new school year, educators and parents join forces to make sure students get what they need to stay safe and to succeed.
The National Education Association celebrates the amazing educators who have served as a lifeline for students – and each other – during the pandemic.
Even before the pandemic, between 8.5 to 12 million K-12 students lacked Internet access at home. “Without access, opportunity means nothing.”
“Never have all of our nation’s educators been more appreciated and seen—even as they work with students from a distance,” says NEA president.
While social distancing, NEA-Retired quilters turn their craft into a mission – and a way to relax during a trying time.
The National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center will host a webinar May 5 to honor missing and murdered Indigenous women.
Experts say teaching and learning during closures is unrealistic if SEL for students and educators is left out of the conversation.