More than 2,000 educators, ranging from future teachers to college professors, from school counselors to custodians, gather at the 2018 NEA Leadership Summit.
Student achievement flourishes at schools with strong labor-management partnerships.
After decades of endless empty promises to take care of educators, West Virginia’s teachers and education support professionals have reached the breaking point.
States must address the conditions that are driving qualified teachers out of the classroom after only a few years, say experts.
As an eighth-grade science teacher, NEA Vice President Rebecca Pringle always encouraged her students to stick with science, hoping they would subsequently pursue careers in the field.