Even in the best of times, many community college students need extra support. But the recent crisis has exacerbated the challenges.
Their required student-teacher placements were cut short by the coronavirus pandemic. So how do they get licensed to teach?
From pay to support for online teaching to the biggest issue of all—student and educator safety—local and state NEA affiliates are standing up.
Michigan’s students need way more financial support. Last week at the polls, educators convinced voters to give it to them.
The union’s top priorities are mental-health supports and more multi-lingual staff. After nine months of bargaining, they’re fed up.
After enriched uranium is found inside a school, science teacher Dennis Foreman and others fight for student health and safety.
One in five teens struggle to afford menstrual products. Virginia is poised to become the fifth state to make them free in public school bathrooms.
In her latest book, Diane Ravitch explains how efforts to disrupt and privatize public education are doomed to failure.
This rural, northern Arizona association has grown from 15 to 150-plus members in only a year. How did they do it?
Texas paraeducators win across-the-board pay increase, but education support professionals still struggle to pay for basic living expenses.