Educators have an obligation to act, says NEA President, and they will continue the call for justice and hold powerful people to account.
Speaking more than one language not only improves brain functionality, but helps English language learners become proficient in English.
NEA partners with advocacy groups to spotlight the experiences of Latino students and educators during coronavirus pandemic.
The coronavirus has magnified inequities that have existed for decades and filtered into classrooms, hurting students along the way.
The National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center will host a webinar May 5 to honor missing and murdered Indigenous women.
One in five teens struggle to afford menstrual products. Virginia is poised to become the fifth state to make them free in public school bathrooms.
After massive protests by educators, the state board has backed away from a plan that would create “separate and unequal” districts.
A union-led program organizes educators in a movement to recognize and respond to racial inequities and injustices.
Some states, but not enough, have banned hair discrimination – an important step in protecting students against implicit and explicit bias.
To mark the 50th anniversary of Stonewall, NEA invited six educators to share the triumphs, trials, and tribulations of being LGBTQ+ in the classroom.