Get ESEA done and get it done right, NEA tells lawmakers.
Educators’ unprecedented level of advocacy pays off with a bill that commits the nation to the success of every student.
10 national education groups took center stage at a joint press conference to urge legislators to put the nation’s students ahead of no-action politics.
The U.S. Senate prepares to clear another high hurdle this week in its race to reauthorize the new ESEA.
The process is far from over, but already educators have scored significant wins on assessment and accountability.
Ensuring equal educational opportunity for all students is as essential today as it was in April 1965, when President Johnson signed the landmark bill into law.
States and districts have not been held accountable for providing schools with the materials and supports that students need. This has to change.
Under NCLB, high-quality bilingual teaching has been pushed aside by relentless test prep.
Over the next few weeks, Congress is making huge decisions about teaching and learning. Educators need to speak up now.
It’s about opportunity for all and more time to learn .