“Lift Us Up, Don’t Push Out” tells the story of how parents, students, educators and their allies are fighting systemic racism in schools.
By constantly safeguarding children from failure, parents may be taking away opportunities to learn problem-solving, conflict resolution and coping skills.
“All of us can play a role in rebuilding the lives of those impacted by these natural disasters,” says NEA President Lily Eskelsen García.
Students lead the Black Education Matters movement by standing up to racism. “Action is the first step in turning ideas of equality into reality.”
NEA is collecting disaster relief funds to help support members affected by Hurricane Florence.
Nearly one in 10 Airbnb hosts in the United States are educators, each making an average of $16,000 last year to help make ends meet.
ELLs are the fastest growing demographic in our public schools, but many educators still aren’t adequately prepared to support this population.
The bad news is that the demands and pressures on our schools are growing. The good news is that the nation is finally looking to educators for solutions.
The first day of school is still a way off, so it’s not too late to think about a new classroom design that can help put your students at ease the minute they walk through the door.