Policy wins across the country mean better conditions for students and educators.
State North Carolina
NEA’s 2017 Activist of the Year will be announced at organization’s Representative Assembly in Boston next week.
Ever since NC enacted restrictions on when, where, and how people could vote—restrictions that disproportionately harmed students, the poor, and people of color—civil rights activists have been fighting back.
Special educators offer students different pathways to academic.
“For rural students and their families, their public school is the only real option and claims to the contrary only amount to ‘false choice.’ “
Take Action › Join educators to disrupt the school-to-prison pipeline. Click here › When North Carolina teacher Tracy Phillips heard about last week’s incident involving a Wake County school resource officer body slamming a teenage girl, she couldn’t even watch the video. “I was so disgusted,” she says. The video, which quickly went viral, shows … Continued
2017 could see big rise in taxpayer-funded vouchers for tuition at private and religious schools
These governors, whose policies affect the day-to-day lives of residents in multiple ways, view educators as partners.
Educators who have been racing against the clock to save two more North Carolina students from imminent deportation are contemplating a bittersweet victory today.
Despite the Supreme Court’s decision to block North Carolina’s notorious voter I.D. law, NC educators still find themselves battling election roadblocks that are very much alive at the local level.