“Pro-public education candidates help limit the consequences of high-stakes standardized testing, and provide teachers with the autonomy we deserve in the classroom.”– Ashley Muscarella
Issue Educator Voices
“I think we’re seeing a level of social protest that we haven’t seen in a long time.”
The NEA Ed Justice team catches up with Stephanie Tellez two years after her participation in NEA’s Minority and Women’s Leadership Training Program.
H.S. Bilingual/ELL English educator urges parents, communities to stand together to thwart Trump Effect.
“This election matters to my life, my family, and my students. The issues matter to our society, our nation, and our future. It is clear that our voice, our activism, and our vote matters.”
IA teacher shares what she’s heard on the campaign trail from parents, voters about issues related to public education
Donald Trump supports vouchers. Hillary Clinton opposes them. That should matter to educators and parents.
$70 million federal grant shines spotlight on need for more oversight, accountability for Florida charters
Despite the corrosive rhetoric, we must use the lessons from this year’s presidential campaign to encourage students to be part of a positive change.
Educators, parents believe religion, faith is a personal matter that should be taught at home