The full impact of the COVID-19 crisis on school funding is still unknown, but one thing is clear: The power of collective voice can turn the tide.
Educators have an obligation to act, says NEA President, and they will continue the call for justice and hold powerful people to account.
“This is happening right in the heart of our community,” says special educator. “People are afraid, they’re in pain, and we needed to help.”
The union’s top priorities are mental-health supports and more multi-lingual staff. After nine months of bargaining, they’re fed up.
After enriched uranium is found inside a school, science teacher Dennis Foreman and others fight for student health and safety.
Hawaiian educators and parents rose up, and Round Up, the glyphyosate-based weed killer used on their school grounds, went down.
The new decade would be off to a great start if we could just discard a few of the policies, schemes, and myths that have undermined public education for too long.
New Hampshire paraprofessional Melissa Alexander couldn’t hold her husband’s hand during chemo treatments. She had to go to work.