Their required student-teacher placements were cut short by the coronavirus pandemic. So how do they get licensed to teach?
PE and health educators can offer students, parents and community a way to move and find some happiness and relief during this uncertain time.
Educators will continue to fight for funding to address the homework gap, distance learning, housing and food insecurity, and student loan cancelation.
From pay to support for online teaching to the biggest issue of all—student and educator safety—local and state NEA affiliates are standing up.
“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.
Touring overseas with students, a group of Indiana educators turned to their union for help after the COVID-19 travel ban jeopardized their return home.
Cynthia Eaton, an expert faculty member, offers advice to her colleagues on how to move their classes online during the coronavirus crisis.