Future Educators

College student voter registration; how to make your voice heard

By Mallory Johnson and Danielle Sklarew Kathrine Grant, an aspiring educator completing a Master’s degree at the University of Connecticut, understands the power of voting to impact her community. Grant chose to stay registered in her hometown rather than changing her voter registration to her campus address, because she wanted to have a voice in

Education News

Educators energized by presidential candidates’ forum at NEA Representative Assembly

By Emily Bricker Nearly 10,000 NEA members and guests gathered in Houston on Friday to hear 10 presidential candidates address questions posed by educators during NEA’s first-ever Strong Public Schools Presidential Forum. Educators emerged energized and prepared to play an influential role in the 2020 presidential campaign. NEA president Lily Eskelsen García posed three questions