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Tomorrow’s Teacher: 2009

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Collective action requires more than numbers—it takes dedicated members working together.
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Some new teachers say their calling is in the country’s high-needs schools. Also, why you need to create an e-portfolio.
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Spirits (and temperatures) soar at Outreach to Teach.
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Celebrate! Student chapters honor public education; and check out NEA's grant programs to get your own event funded.
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Make yours the place to be.
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Staying flexible can land you a job during tough economic times.
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Educators are concerned about NCLB’s damaging effects on students--and new teachers, too.
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Squeezed by the freeze? How to make backup plans to secure next year's college tuition.
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Outstanding underclassmen bring a lot to the team--and now they're being recognized for it.
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Whosoever has the audacity to teach also needs the humility to continue learning.
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The NEA: What is it and how can it help you?
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To strengthen our profession and public education we must harness our resources, work together, and speak with one voice.
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Check out these quick reads and quick clicks for new teachers.

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24-Jan-09


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