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Teacher Deyshia Hargrave
                                          in handcuffs

Image courtesy of KATC-TV 3, Copyright 2018

Educator Cuffed for Questioning Salary

Undaunted, teacher arrested at school board meeting urges educators to ‘be vocal,’ about the issues that matter to them, their students, and their communities.

Upset looking teacher

Enough About Teacher Burnout!

Dissatisfaction can be explained better by the debasing of the profession — not the inability to handle pressure.

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Maine Bus Driver Don
                                          Sanders

Dial Down the Din on the School Bus with Elephant & Piggie

Maine bus driver Don Sanders helps establish a book reading program that garners national attention.

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                                          behind

Why Do Students Drop Out?

Interviews with 50 teenagers reveal some surprising answers.

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                                          megaphone

Preparing the Next Generation of Educators for Leadership

Public education needs early career educators to begin advocating for their profession and their students. An NEA program is helping them find their voice.

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dog and officer searching
                                          lockers

The High Cost of Random Student Searches

They may be legal, but these searches could be contributing to the school-to-prison pipeline. Restorative justice offers a better option for schools.

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                                          working together

Classroom Help Via Podcast

Got 15 minutes? Then listen to NEA’s new School Me podcast featuring veteran educators sharing their classroom management tips, lesson plan ideas, and other life-hacks to help inspire your career. Today’s episode: Classroom Management Tips for Early Career Educators.

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