Make a pledge to be a voice on behalf of your students and public schools this year.
“Caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation, and that is an act of political warfare.”
Educators and parents must keep speaking up for public education, even during the busiest times of year.
Every citizen who cares about public schools has a role to play in defending public education from the agenda President Trump and Education Secretary DeVos have laid out: to defund and destabilize public schools in favor of vouchers and charter schools that are unaccountable to taxpayers. Marches, protests and petitions all matter, but these lower-profile, … Continued
After years of drastic under-funding, Loudoun County passes an education budget designed to benefit students, educators, and public schools.
Digital activism isn’t just convenient–it’s undeniably effective in the fight for public education.
From Capitol Hill to the classroom, your voice AND your membership matter. NEA thanks all 669,199 of our cyber-lobbyists – and extends a special thank you to the top 50 cyber-lobbyists of 2013.
NEA Student Program Chair David Tjaden: We can be the generation of teachers who reclaim the discussion about our profession and the students we teach.
Canvasser Nate Sender: “I believe being involved with your community and voting are social responsibilities.”
Educators and fellow activists tell what they wish lawmakers would make a priority next year.