The infrastructure, systems and protocols need to put in place to make sure everyone is seen, treated, and heard as a human being.
About 650,000 immigrants are protected by DACA, including 15,000 educators. Now they can continue to support student learning without fear of deportation.
As ethnic studies courses are shown to boost student achievement and attendance, states and school districts are increasing their number.
Educators have an obligation to act, says NEA President, and they will continue the call for justice and hold powerful people to account.
Whether school doors reopen or remote learning continues, student progress will depend on how we support their emotional and mental health.
Speaking more than one language not only improves brain functionality, but helps English language learners become proficient in English.
NEA partners with advocacy groups to spotlight the experiences of Latino students and educators during coronavirus pandemic.
The coronavirus has magnified inequities that have existed for decades and filtered into classrooms, hurting students along the way.
The National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center will host a webinar May 5 to honor missing and murdered Indigenous women.
In exchange for access to the resources white schools had, black educators had to give up aspiration and advocacy, says historian Vanessa Siddle Walker.