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COVER STORY:


First Languages

According to the U.S. Department of Education, children enrolled in our schools bring with them more than 425 first languages. We talked to ELL specialists, who offer strategies and tips for reaching your English learners. More»


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From K to 12, teachers can step in and boost a child's chance of getting that diploma. Learn what you can do.
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A look back at the people and events that helped shape our Association, improving the lives of members and the children they serve. First of a four-part series.
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GPS technology gives bus drivers (and their bosses) an extra set of eyes.
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Following a visit to an impoverished Peruvian school, Vermont teacher Keri Bristow returns to construct an entire new building. Bus driver Sharon Jeffreys saves a child from an attacking pit bull.
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NEA pays its respects to a civil rights legend.
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When Trilingual Isn't Enough
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Team NEA, Let's Get it Started!
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Taking Stock in Schools...
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Hispanic and Black children tend to be underrepresented in gifted programs. Here's one that widens the net—with test scores improved all around.
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Eager to shed those extra post-holiday pounds? Check out these top nutritional Web sites for healthy meal plans, calorie trackers, fitness tips, and more.
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NEA rallies for educators forced to choose between heat and groceries.
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A former Teacher of the Year discusses four important ways in which language diversity benefits us as individuals—and as a country.
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Should teachers eat lunch with their students?