As colleges weigh reopening, a Florida faculty union has issued specific recommendations to keep students and employees safe.
Preschool teacher Tabatha Rosproy, a Kansas-NEA member, is the first early childhood educator to win the honor.
The coronavirus has magnified inequities that have existed for decades and filtered into classrooms, hurting students along the way.
Even in the best of times, many community college students need extra support. But the recent crisis has exacerbated the challenges.
Their required student-teacher placements were cut short by the coronavirus pandemic. So how do they get licensed to teach?
“We’ve been working day and night to protect our members, students, and our communities,” NEA president tells association leaders.
“We are critical in helping the students and families we serve get through this crisis,” says special education paraprofessional Andrea Beeman.
Cynthia Eaton, an expert faculty member, offers advice to her colleagues on how to move their classes online during the coronavirus crisis.