From #RedForEd victories to new trauma-informed practices, NEA educators did great things this past year. Let’s keep it going in 2020!
The late Dolores McCracken was honored by the nearly 7,000 educators at the 2019 NEA Representative Assembly.
Political action isn’t subversive, Lily Eskelsen García tells the 2019 NEA Representative Assembly. “It’s the essence of democracy.”
Thanks to the historic level of educator activism, the majority of the American population now lives in a state with a pro-public education governor.
“Fund our future!” Kentucky educators tell lawmakers at Friday protest.
Fed up with lawmakers who have long neglected public schools, educators are building a movement that “cannot be stopped,” says NEA president.
More than 2,000 educators, ranging from future teachers to college professors, from school counselors to custodians, gather at the 2018 NEA Leadership Summit.
In speech to the National Press Club, Eskelsen García said educators will work to protect the hundreds of thousands of immigrant students in U.S. public schools.
With parents targeted for deportation, students are traumatized, often unable to learn – and increasingly turn to educators for solace and advice.
NEA hosts Annual Meeting and Representative Assembly June 25–July 5 in Boston.