Discussing human rights and equity should be welcomed in classrooms, not dismissed as “partisanship” or “politics.”
When we encourage students to use their language while learning English, academic success follows.
“Betsy DeVos has fallen short yet again on a very simple and fundamental premise of her duty: to protect all students,” says NEA president.
How can school administrators, educators, students and parents open up a discussion and address sexual harassment in schools?
While federal officials mull over their options, educators are on the front lines of efforts to curb students’ e-cigarette use.
Fifteen storytellers share their wisdom, passion and experience at an NEA Foundation symposium, “Keeping the Promise of Public Education.”
“Lift Us Up, Don’t Push Out” tells the story of how parents, students, educators and their allies are fighting systemic racism in schools.
By constantly safeguarding children from failure, parents may be taking away opportunities to learn problem-solving, conflict resolution and coping skills.