National Education Association
Mary Ann Rivera
Paraeducator Raises Funds for Students Affected by Puerto Rico Earthquakes
“As educators, we think of the children first,” says Mary Ann Rivera. “The fact that my island has suffered so much and has been ignored, hurts me. I had to do something.”
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Supreme Court Case May Open Door to Vouchers Nationwide
School privatization advocates use the Court to push a political agenda that seeks to dismantle neighborhood public schools.
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Hawaii’s Solution to the Teacher Shortage: More Pay
Officials take the unprecedented step of approving increases in the middle of the school year. It’s just the first part of an ambitious five-year plan to stem the exodus of educators.
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restorative practices in action
Is Restorative Justice in Schools Working?
Yes, but it can work better. Here are the elements needed for success.
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Cathy Boote
Our Students Deserve Better than Betsy DeVos
What makes a life-long Republican educator change her political affiliation? Frustration at our under-qualified Education Secretary.
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Celebrate Read Across America
Ready, Set, Read Across America!
It’s as easy as A-B-C, 1-2-3 to plan for Read Across America Day in March and get involved in year-round reading fun in your community.
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Educators Are Getting It Done
Lower class sizes, more counselors, more funding for IDEA and Title 1: educator-activists are continuing the momentum of last year’s victories to win more for students and schools.
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Resources for Teaching about Black History Month in Your Classroom.
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