Regardless of what drove these educators to run, they share the belief that it’s high time educators be among the elected officials who make policies and pass laws if educator and student concerns are to be heard.
NEA’s 2017 Activist of the Year will be announced at organization’s Representative Assembly in Boston next week.
“We want every student to know we respect who you are as an individual and accept you as part of our school family.”
Even though they managed to make changes to the bill, educators say HB 520 is still bad news for students, public schools.
School finance laws are under fire in Kansas, New Jersey, and Mississippi—where state leaders have shared a common tactic.
Charter schools legislation in KY spells bad news for students, public schools.
Educators take advantage of anti-testing momentum to create better learning environments for students.
“It’s about the future of our country and making sure our students have a system they can trust and eventually lead.”
Lawmakers are discussing changes to Social Security offsets that have unfairly impacted public servants and their families for decades.
Educators, local school officials collaborate on strategic vision to improve education for all students.