NEA leaders address key partners

At the 50th annual legislative conference of the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, conducted virtually Sept. 12-17, NEA President Becky Pringle participated in the opening panel discussion, “Seeing the World Through Our Lens: Understanding the Student Perspective of 2021.” NEA also sponsored a second panel discussion, “Let’s talk about it: The importance of mental health in the Black Community.”

At the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute’s 2021 leadership conference, held virtually Sept. 20-23, NEA Secretary-Treasurer Noel Candelaria will be part of a panel on back to school. The session will spotlight creative strategies, programs, and resources that K–12 administrators are using to foster safe and effective learning environments for teachers, staff, students, and families as schools reopen this fall for in-person instruction.

2 responses to “NEA leaders address key partners

  1. Thanks, as educators we have an opportunity before this 2021 calendar year is over to create ways to hear the voices of our youth about social justice issues.
    Please, let’s make this happen!

  2. This is a timely topic that needs attention in public education. That is inspirational that NEA and other organizations now are getting that going.

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