The first round of School Improvement Grant funding is now in its last year. Looking back, what’s been learned through SIG schools receiving NEA support? More important, what will happen once the funding ends?
Tag: Priority Schools Campaign
“The mayor, city agencies, community and education leaders, and residents collectively decided to invest time, energy, and resources to revitalize Glenwood. And it was the right decision.” – Keith Gambill, Evansville Teachers Association President
10 key strategies for creating effective family- school-community partnerships.
by John Rosales, photo above by Adam Bacher It is pushing 8:00 p.m. on a Tuesday and two teachers and a paraeducator from Roberts High School in Salem, Oregon, are wrapping up their second family home visit of the evening. As the sun sets on the carefully coiffed lawn of the Alvarez family, the Roberts’ … Continued
Gina Jacobs, a community hero and parent activist at Oak Hill Elementary School in North Carolina passes away.
In local communities across the country, NEA members and leaders are working closely with parents, families, and community members to transform relationships between schools and their communities.
Kit Carson Elementary School in West Las Vegas meets Adequate Yearly Progress despite “failing” label.
Community partnership helps support Priority School with service learning philosophy in Arizona.
NEA Today’s Tim Walker takes a look at high-performing countries around the world and their relationships with teachers and unions.
Today on TheHill.com, NEA President Dennis Van Roekel pens a powerful op-ed about the need to talk about constructive changes in public education, and bring an immediate end to the educator bashing that has defined the dialogue about education reform in recent weeks and months. “When did teachers become the boogeyman for the myriad challenges … Continued