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NEA Today Magazine

NEA Today Magazine

NEA's Flagship Publication


NEA's Flagship Publication

Cover Story

Mission Driven

NEA's new officers--Lily Eskelsen García, president; Rebecca S. Pringle, vice president; and Princess Moss, secretary treasurer--are the first NEA leadership team comprised of women of color. But more than that, the trio shares skill, drive, and fierce commitment to public school educators and their students.


Editor's Note

Lily's Blackboard


Features

The Out-of-Balance Curriculum

5 Ways to Break the Mid-Semester Blues

School Funding: Half-Truths, Fuzzy Math and Flat Out Lies

School Funding: It Just Doesn’t Add Up

Comeback Kid

What I’ve Learned as a Special Education Educator

Why I’m a Member

What’s On Your Mind

Technology


START

Education news and trends

NEA Launches Campaign to End ‘Toxic Testing’

U.S. Accountability System Less Fair and Effective Compared to Other Countries

2014 NEA Political Activist of the Year finalist: Maryland’s Jessica Fitzwater

Vermont and its Educators Lead the Way on Single Payer

Educators Defeat Attempt to Strip Teacher Licenses Over Test Scores

NEA's 2014 Back to School Tour

Will More Exercise Help Close the Achievement Gap?

NEA Hosts Clinic for Students Eligible for Deferred Action


WORKS 4 ME

RIGHTS WATCH

The case for breastfeeding in schools

ESP

In privatization fights, preparation makes the difference

EXTRA CREDIT

What’s it like to be a student in today’s classroom?


Resources

Grants and Events

The NEA Foundation

2015 NEA Human and Civil Rights Awards

Health Information Network

The NEA Academy

Pinterest

Climate Education for K-12

10 Free Things

 

 

 

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1-Oct-14

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