Never underestimate the power of an educator, a Sharpie, and some poster board.
Led by NEA members, unions aren’t just fighting back. They’re growing.
NEA president joins panel to assess how the wave of educator activism that began one year ago is changing the debate over public education.
On May 7, show your appreciation for what teachers in your community do every day in our schools and for our kids.
“I hope to be the voice for all students who feel unseen, unheard, unappreciated and undervalued in America,” says Virginia social studies teacher.
With professional learning communities, education support professionals are given the opportunity to learn and grow in their careers.
Educators hit the picket line to protest the district’s bad faith bargaining and to support a fair settlement that includes more resources for students.
RISE Act provides recognition by the federal government for the outstanding contributions of eduction support professionals to the nation’s public schools.
Powell thinks in terms of “possibilities rather than impossibilities, solutions rather than problems,” says NEA President.
In today’s school climate, active shooter drills are as common as fire drills. It is vital that all staff members be included in school crisis plans.