A new federal survey asked U.S. teachers about their backgrounds, salaries, job satisfaction – and how much of their own money they spend on classroom supplies.
Educators across the nation stand ready to protect their collective voice, Lily Eskelsen García tells journalists.
High levels of job-related stress affect more than 9 in 10 elementary school teachers, according to new research.
Charter schools are among the most segregated in the nation. Experts say the justifications offered by many charter leaders are troubling and undermine the promise of equal opportunity for every student.
A teacher of newly arrived refugee and immigrant students, Washington educator believes teaching fearlessness in students is a critical first step in creating a more hopeful, safer, and kinder society.
Communities across the country demand real action from leaders to end gun violence in our schools and neighborhoods.
The widening pay inequities endured by educators for too long are finally front and center. So are the reckless tax cuts that helped create the crisis.
The gains against high-stakes accountability are real, but a new book cautions that ending the blind reliance on testing will take a lot more hard work. Educators and parents can help make that happen.
A new book takes on the lies, distortions and exaggerations about educators and public schools that help drive the school privatization agenda.
Overwhelming majority of NEA members say they would not carry a gun in school and they would feel less safe if school personnel were armed.