Hillary Clinton is the only candidate who has provided an education plan for voters to review and scrutinize.
Union and district team up to reduce cost of school supplies, taking a huge bite out of the burden borne by low-income families.
In the absence of parenting leave, some educators in California had to pay for substitute teachers.
Education support professionals are key players in keeping students safe, healthy, engaged, supported and challenged.
Clinton visit and action taken to protect rights of LGBTQ students highlight 2016 RA.
“When students look at us they see role models and someone they can be proud of,” says Connecticut educator Jahana Hayes.
“We see the whole child, we notice their victories and their challenges,” special education paraeducator Doreen McGuire-Grigg tells RA delegates.
In making decisions about education, “we should listen to the teachers and the support professionals who are with our kids every day” Clinton says.
In keynote address to 2016 NEA RA, Eskelsen García urges delegates to turn back demagoguery and win something better for students, families, and communities.
An art project in New Mexico highlights subject areas that can’t be measured on a standardized test.