EdAction in Congress

EdAction in Congress January 31, 2021

Tell Congress to pass a robust COVID-19 package The sea change in the outlook for robust COVID-19 relief is proof elections really do have consequences. NEA and the Biden administration are on the same page: additional, significant relief is needed—and it is needed fast. If building bipartisan support proves impossible, Democrats have signaled they will

EdAction in Congress

EdAction in Congress January 24, 2021

Biden / Harris administration charts new course It’s been less than a week since Joe Biden was sworn in as president and Kamala Harris as vice president, and big changes are in the works. Already, President Biden has issued over 25 executive orders to address the pandemic, reverse some of the Trump administration’s most damaging

EdAction in Congress

EdAction in Congress January 17, 2021

Biden Pledges Critical Investments in Public Education to Combat COVID-19 Crisis President-elect Joe Biden unveiled an ambitious plan on Thursday to help the nation emerge from the economic and public health wreckage that has devastated millions of lives across the country. He called on Congress to provide the necessary investments to help reopen schools safely, save

EdAction in Congress

EdAction in Congress January 10, 2021

NEA calls for immediate removal of President Trump Senators Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and Mitch McConnell (R-KY), leaders of their respective caucuses, normally don’t agree on much. But they are of one mind when it comes to Donald Trump’s last-ditch attempt to stop Congress from certifying the victory of President-elect Joe Biden and the insurrection fueled

EdAction in Congress

EdAction in Congress December 6, 2020

Democratic leaders push for bipartisan COVID-19 compromise Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) are working toward a bipartisan compromise to address the rampant spread of COVID-19 that is preventing the safe reopening of our schools and our society. The effort took on new urgency earlier this week, as Congress