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2014 Outreach to Teach



2014 Outreach to Teach at Mathematics and Science Leadership Academy and Valverde Elementary School


Unions Give Back: NEA Members Revitalize Two Denver Schools
What takes 53 pieces of furniture, 40 gallons of paint, 50 square feet of pavers and more fun than can be calculated? Outreach to Teach!



Outreach to Teach Historical Perspectives

As a way to give back to the community, a group of 35 civic-minded Student NEA leaders attending the 1996 National Education Association Student Leadership Conference in Atlanta, Ga., started a beautification project by repairing a local school. Since then, during the week preceding the NEA Annual Meeting and Representative Assembly, NEA Student Program members, with support from NEA Retired Conference attendees and other NEA members, have volunteered at schools in need of rehabilitation.

Over the past 17 years, Outreach to Teach has made a difference by helping needy schools in local communities hosting the NEA Annual Meeting. Public schools in the following cities have benefited from the hands-on Student Program project.


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