From #RedForEd victories to new trauma-informed practices, NEA educators did great things this past year. Let’s keep it going in 2020!
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.
For public school educators, shelling out hundreds of dollars of their own money is a long-standing back-to-school ritual.
Led by women, an eduction movement marks a turning point for public schools.
What’s new in public education this year? We see some trends emerging, including trauma-informed education, virtual reality, and more.
Creating images that go along with a movement, whether it’s social justice or #RedforEd, brings people together, and creates ownership in the movement.
After sparking the #RedforEd movement that swept the country, West Virginia educators are facing of a new round of attacks.
When a teacher battling cancer had to pay for her own substitute, parents were outraged. But the problem is much bigger than that.
Never underestimate the power of an educator, a Sharpie, and some poster board.
NEA president joins panel to assess how the wave of educator activism that began one year ago is changing the debate over public education.