Blindsided by an email from the district two days before Thanksgiving Day 2015, education support professionals in California mobilize to take action.
With grad assistants earning less then $18K a year, and working twice as many hours as promised, they need a voice in their working conditions.
Education Support Professionals, teachers, and state Association staff collaborate on a winning contract.
In a stand-off with the district, teachers in Sacramento are bargaining to make major improvements to their schools.
For new educators who want to learn more about what you’ll get for your dues investment, here’s a primer on what NEA membership means.
A victory at the ballot box demonstrates the collective power of educators in the fight for better pay, lower class size, and professional development.
Calhoun County used to “take care of their own.” Something changed, and educators decided that they needed a stronger voice for their students.
Union and district team up to reduce cost of school supplies, taking a huge bite out of the burden borne by low-income families.
An art project in New Mexico highlights subject areas that can’t be measured on a standardized test.
The choice is simple: Do we want deeper, more individualized learning for our students or more useless multiple-choice tests?