Parent trigger legislation fails to give all stakeholders a voice in education reform
Educators from across the country are sending messages and support to educators, students and schools affected by the recent tornadoes.
On June 14th, five teachers hailing from Maryland, Missouri, Texas and Oklahoma will be inducted into the National Teacher Hall of Fame (NTHF).
Informed, organized parents in Colorado, Georgia and Oklahoma kept deceptive parent trigger laws off the books.
Some Republican leaders threaten to let across-the-board cuts happen. Educators say, Kids, not Cuts!
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President Obama outlines bold vision in State of the Union
No Child Left Behind (NCLB) was signed into law by former President Bush 10 years ago.
NEA members take their concerns directly to President Obama.