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Classroom Superheroes


Off to Save the Day!

There’s no need to wait for some mythical masked man. The real heroes of public education are here.


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Share a story idea, send a letter to the editor, change your address, or offer feedback on our articles.
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This debate is not about balancing budgets. It is about balancing power… We need to level the playing field for all workers.
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A few words on Washington’s teacher of the year, from his mentor.
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Magaly Miralles, teacher of English language learners, won the NEA's George I. Sanchez Memorial Award.
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ESPs play a vital role in preventing bullying.
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You can be sued personally for money damages if you witness instances of bullying and harassment and fail to act.
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Eroding the rights of public workers throws our nation’s checks and balances out of whack. What could be worse for schools and students?
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From NCLB to merit pay, educators are advocating for better federal laws.
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Snap! Behind the scenes in public schools with NEA member-photographers.
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Sharing ideas, comments, and opinions with NEA Today.
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Try your hand at cartoon captioning.
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What are those things that all educators should do or try before they retire?
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Can we get back to work, please?
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Here’s a typical retired educator: She devoted 35 years to teaching...Now she’s retired making ends meet on a pension of $21,000 a year.
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Education reform; pensions; student achievement; salary; and NCLB.
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Be a caring adult; tie a blue ribbon; no excuses!; test this; and race and culture.
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Learn what you can do now to make next school year the best yet.
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How can you take Advantage?
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