NEA Today Express

merged bargaining team brings gains for saint paul educators

Disrespected No Longer

Merging of bargaining teams in St. Paul strengthens educators’ hand in negotiations and ensures that education support professionals have an equal voice at the table.

West Virginia educators take their power to the polls

West Virginia Educators Take Their Power to the Polls

“We have a voting bloc that, if we turn out to the polls, can outvote anybody.”


teaching students to hope for the best

Teaching Students to Hope for the Best

Just like reading and math, hope is something that students need to practice — and adults need to teach.


World Wildlife Fund Wild Classroom
NEA President Lily Eskelsen Garcia

Regardless of Janus Decision, ‘We’re Not Going Anywhere’

Educators across the nation stand ready to protect their collective voice, NEA President Lily Eskelsen García tells journalists.


Webinar for Paraeducators: Advocating for Self

Paraeducators: Learn How To Advocate for Yourself and Your Colleagues

Paraeducators are welcome to join us online on June 7 to learn the skills and knowledge required to effectively advocate for themselves at their worksite, their school district, and in their community.


educators focus on supporting all students

As States Debate Anti-LGBTQ Bills, Educators Focus on Supporting All Students

Educators are uniquely positioned to work towards creating a safe, supportive, and affirming school environment.


Funds released for rural schools

Rural Schools Get Their Due

Thanks to the efforts of educator-activists, Congress finally releases critical funding owed to rural schools.


Works4Me: Ideas and Tips By Teachers, For Teachers

Read Across America in June

To ward off the learning loss that many children experience during the summer, sharing books is a great way to launch reading and learning adventures in your own community. We have some book recommendations with related resources to help you start students off on a summer of reading.