The union’s top priorities are mental-health supports and more multi-lingual staff. After nine months of bargaining, they’re fed up.
Children need to learn about the virus from trusted adults. The more educators can appear calm and rational, the more comfortable their students will feel.
Well-intentioned drug prevention efforts implore students to “just say no,” but they usually fail to teach young people how to do just that.
After enriched uranium is found inside a school, science teacher Dennis Foreman and others fight for student health and safety.
In high-poverty schools, “warmth, care, and hunger” is the fastest-growing funding request category on the DonorsChoose website.
In 2020, NEA’s Read Across America program is spotlighting books that tell children of color that they belong in the world and the world belongs to them.
At panel on Capitol Hill, educators discuss the successes and ongoing challenges facing public schools across the country.
If schools are going to conduct drills, says NEA President Lily Eskelsen García, they need to take steps to ensure they do more good than harm.
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.