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?”
Nearly 8,000 educator delegates will come together virtually for the 2020 NEA Representative Assembly to address the challenges public education faces during one of the most trying times in our history.
Delegates return home ready to use their collective power to “listen and learn and teach and reach and engage and organize and convince.”
Rodney Robinson tells RA delegates that lawmakers who refuse to stand up for our most vulnerable students will face a day of reckoning on election day.
“We deserve a seat at every table where policies and decisions are made that impact our work, our students and our communities that we serve.”