From #RedForEd victories to new trauma-informed practices, NEA educators did great things this past year. Let’s keep it going in 2020!
The new decade would be off to a great start if we could just discard a few of the policies, schemes, and myths that have undermined public education for too long.
To attract and retain quality teachers, lawmakers need to let educators know they are respected – and that includes a higher starting salary.
A paraeducator is fighting for a living wage for herself and fellow ESPs, and she won’t give up until they win the dignity and respect they deserve.
For public school educators, shelling out hundreds of dollars of their own money is a long-standing back-to-school ritual.
Led by women, an eduction movement marks a turning point for public schools.
What’s new in public education this year? We see some trends emerging, including trauma-informed education, virtual reality, and more.
Second jobs during the summer account for up to 12% of an educator’s annual income, but financial pressures don’t go away after Labor Day.
What’s the common factor among black, Hispanic, and white students who achieve higher than expected? An experienced teacher.