Determined to win a fair, transparent, professional salary plan, Denver teachers went on strike, joining the national #RedforEd movement.
The NEA mission is a great public school for every student. Through diversity and cultural competence training, educators guide each other.
A study finds child abuse incidents rise when report cards are sent home on Friday. Could more parent-teacher communication help?
Low-income students at minority-serving institutions are more likely to climb the economic ladder than peers who chose a predominantly white institution, according to study.
“Betsy DeVos has fallen short yet again on a very simple and fundamental premise of her duty: to protect all students,” says NEA president.
On Substitute Educators Day, a part of American Education Week, NEA honors its more than 4,700 substitute educator members.
While federal officials mull over their options, educators are on the front lines of efforts to curb students’ e-cigarette use.
600 educators from across the state hold large rally in support of public education at the Alabama Supreme Court.
Journalism teachers are helping students understand that a free press is not “the enemy of the people,” but a pillar of Consitutional democracy.
Judy Singleton’s 130-acre property will be converted to ranch dedicated to caring for Kentucky’s abused and neglected children.