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Led by teacher Jimmy Lara, three elementary students from New Mexico created a “City of Crystal Water."
Five NEA members went to Capitol Hill to discuss teacher-led initiatives to evaluate and improve the teaching profession in hopes that Senators would learn from their experiences in the ongoing ESEA reauthorization. To support educators, you must have teacher leaders as part of the conversation in all policies that affect public education, said National Board-certified teacher Brianna Crowley.
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Lily's Blackboard, the official blog of NEA president Lily Eskelsen Garcia, is an online destination where her perspectives on a variety of issues are shared and discussed through the lens of public education and student advocacy.
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