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4 Actions Educators Can Take to Protect Voting Rights

By Amanda Menas Educators have the unique role of teaching young people about civil discourse. Putting lessons about voting and our history into practice in the classroom bolsters our democracy each and every day. However, in light of recent legislative stalls in Congress and egregious rulings by the Supreme Court, educators face the difficult task

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Senate to vote on key bills already passed by the House

During the month of June, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) plans to take up several NEA-supported bills already passed by the House that address priority issues for working people and vulnerable populations. Despite repeated efforts to move these bills in a bipartisan way, obstructionism has prevailed and mired the Senate in gridlock. Please urge