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As NEA prepares to celebrate its 150th anniversary, we asked innovators in education, the arts, architecture, politics—and, of course, educators—to dish about what the future might hold for public education. More»

 

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The role of the school nurse has changed as much as the students they serve, says the president of the National Association of School Nurses.
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For two decades, students paid close attention to teacher Barbara Morgan. Now a new group will be following her every move at work—ground control at NASA’s Johnson Space Center.
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Support professionals in New Jersey get noticed for their hard work, thanks to an Emmy-winning PBS show.
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Your students aren’t the only ones whose grades you should be keeping an eye on. Boosting your bottom line means learning your credit score. We’ve got money-saving tips, too!
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Bilingual education teaches respect, confidence, and language skills.
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News reports from Wisconsin, Florida, Colorado, Tennessee, Kentucky, and Washington.
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For some refugee students, their arrival in an American classroom isn’t just their first time in a U.S. school. It’s their first time in any school.
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It’s been over 18 months since Hurricane Katrina devastated St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana. Teachers and support professionals there explain why life is far from back to normal.
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How do you help immigrant students transition to life in American schools? Enter the newcomer center—now being used to help Asian Pacific Islander students in Hawaii.
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As we celebrate NEA’s 150th anniversary, we must look ahead.
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As reauthorization approaches, NEA leaders focus on essential changes.
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Do students learn better in single-sex classrooms?