The COVID-19 crisis presents grave threats and raises a lot of questions. NEA’s General Counsel Alice O’Brien answers some basic questions about your legal rights and remedies.
As schools close, nearly 30 million students still rely on school breakfast and lunch. Educators are stepping up to make sure kids are fed.
As parents face the reality of having to teach their kids at home, the hard work and low pay real educators endure comes into focus.
Here’s what you need to know about the law Congress just passed.
The coronavirus pandemic has underscored equity challenges across U.S. public schools. “We’re all grappling with the unknown,” says high school teacher.
Michigan’s students need way more financial support. Last week at the polls, educators convinced voters to give it to them.
As schools close, COVID-19 has left many educators and administrators nationwide operating under a rapid response system.
Some useful articles, links, resources, and webinars to help educators through this challenging environment.
While many lawmakers are looking out for young people, the Trump administration, experts say, is looking out for the e-cigarette industry.
In exchange for access to the resources white schools had, black educators had to give up aspiration and advocacy, says historian Vanessa Siddle Walker.