“We cannot—we will not—put off for one more second creating schools that serve the needs of all our students,” says NEA President-elect Becky Pringle.
With hundreds of thousands of college students expected to move onto campuses this month, faculty and staff are worried about inevitable COVID-19 outbreaks.
“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.
The full impact of the COVID-19 crisis on school funding is still unknown, but one thing is clear: The power of collective voice can turn the tide.
More than 7,000 delegates came together virtually as they prepare to make an impact in the 2020 elections and beyond.
We are in the midst of a “movement moment” Kim Anderson told the RA delegates, and we must continue to play an active role.
Preschool educator Tabatha Rosproy emphasizes the importance of speaking up and demanding union representation.
COVID-19 and the murder of George Floyd have become windows through which we’ve seen how our leaders respond to crisis, says Andrea Beeman.
“We are called on to act. What will you do for your colleagues; your students; the families you love; the communities where you live?”