Demanding less testing, more teaching and increased investment in neighborhood public schools as opposed to charters, public education supporters will stage a third national “Walk-In” at more than 2,000 public schools.
Issue Rallies and Events
Talking with teacher Kimberly Colbert about getting arrested and being a social justice activist.
Dustin Parsons, 5th grade teacher at Pine Haven Elementary in Arkansas and NEA member, spoke at the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday, July 26. As the First Lady of Arkanasas, Hillary Clinton chaired the state’s education standards commission. She put the schools she visited to what she called “The Chelsea Test.” If it wasn’t good … Continued
NEA President Lily Eskelsen Garcia spoke at the Democratic National Convention on Monday, July 25.
Educator, author, activist Jesse Hagopian gives powerful speech on education justice, institutional racism.
‘We’re losing a generation of kids under the McCrory administration, and that’s heartbreaking.”
Join activists from across the country on July 8th as they march on DC to demand funding and social justice for all students, regardless of zip code.
At a White House ceremony coinciding with National Teacher Day on May 3, President Barack Obama honored the 2016 National Teacher of the Year Jahana Hayes and public school educators everywhere.
High school sophomore Lida Gannon has taken the first bold steps to foster a school environment where all students can be themselves.
Fed up with underfunding and overtesting, educators, parents and community activists will stage a national “Walk-In” at public schools in 80 cities.