With hundreds of thousands of college students expected to move onto campuses this month, faculty and staff are worried about inevitable COVID-19 outbreaks.
Students and educators will start the school year forever changed by the pandemic. Schools
must support their emotional well-being, so teaching and learning can begin.
Parents nationwide join educators in demanding reopening plans that protect the health and safety of students, teachers and staff.
“This is about the safety of our entire student community – parents, staff, kids. It’s everybody.”
This week, Florida educators filed a lawsuit seeking to block the governor’s order to reopen brick-and-mortar schools. Safety first, they say.
Educators in Kansas focus on creativity and connectivity to help students feel supported.
About half the classified employees at the state’s flagship university don’t make enough money to cover basic bills. It’s shameful, say union leaders.
NEA’s Leaders for Just Schools training helps educators recognize bias and increase understanding.
As debate over reopening schools intensifies, NEA recently took questions from its members to address the unprecedented challenges facing educators and students.
Educators want nothing more than to be back in classrooms, but we must do it in a way that keeps students, educators and communities safe.