A new report from the Rhode Island Department of Labor and Training shows Rhode Island going in the wrong direction on a key indicator of social justice – the wage gap between men and women.
Education Support Professionals at Lake Tahoe Community College vote to unionize.
Archived video now available! Join us Saturday, June 18 from 10:00-11:30 for a livestream of Wisconsin Education Association Council President Mary Bell’s keynote, “The Attack on America’s Middle Class, and the Plan to Fight Back.”
Join the We Are Wisconsin coalition and other progressive groups at Walkerville.
Steve Cook (at right) readies for tough job leading during difficult times.
On Saturday, April 9, union members and activists from across New York and the surrounding area converged on Times Square to show their support for organized labor.
NEA Today’s Tim Walker takes a look at high-performing countries around the world and their relationships with teachers and unions.
NEA President Dennis Van Roekel’s guest column, “Public Unions Fostered Black Middle Class” was published in today’s The Commercial Appeal out of Memphis Tennessee.
Three recent polls, from the Wisconsin Policy Research Institute, the Pew Research Center, and the New York Times/CBS News show strong disapproval for Walker plan
Sign NEA’s national online petition to support educators’ and public employees’ rights.