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Educators in 2020
Eight Reasons Educators Are Excited About 2020
From #RedForEd victories to new trauma-informed practices, NEA educators did great things 2019 and set the stage for bigger accomplishments this year.
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Students Still Can’t Tell Fact from Fiction on the Internet
With the 2020 election less than a year away, a sobering new study finds that soon-to-be first-time voters are unprepared to assess online content.
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Accommodations and Modifications: What Paraeducators Need to Know
Join us Thursday, January 16, at 7 p.m. EST for this free webinar to learn what special education services your students need, the process for determining modifications, and your role in providing them.
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How Educators of Color Can Define Their Own Path
What can you do when the expectations of your peers and administrators don’t match up with your own? Ambereen Khan-Baker, a 13-year educator, shares her experiences on the School Me podcast.
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Have You Checked Out This Year’s Read Across America Calendar Yet?
Encourage students to investigate their world with this month’s recommended books, find ideas for celebrating Read Across America Day in March, and get suggestions for finding free and low-cost books for your classroom.
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Educators Score Big End-of-Year Wins
Your activism and outreach to members of Congress last year paid off for students and schools.
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Help Recruit Educators of Color to the Profession
NEA is looking for 20 members to receive training and support that equips them to recruit and retain more people of color into teaching. To learn more and receive a notice when applications become available, please fill out this form.
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