Learn about the EV-D68 virus and how to prevent its spread at school and at home.
Common Core State Standards
How families and educators can work together to help students transition to Common Core.
raising strong students: study habits for smart kids
Amy Mascott is a reading specialist, consultant, writer, and mom of three. In Raising Strong Students: Study Habits for Smart Kids, she shows you how to set up habits and routines that set your kids up for long-term academic success.
Homework Spaces for Kids: Essential, Easy
Jennifer McFadden writes about topics of interest to busy parents. In Homework Spaces for Kids: Essential, Easy, this mom of three shows you some great tips for creating homework stations your kids will WANT to use - no remodeling required!
TEACHING KIDS TOLERANCE
While we reflect on the International Day of Peace (September 21, 2014), Elena Sonnino, wellnes/travel writer, mom, and former teacher offers her thoughts about the conversations we should be having with our children every day:
Travel Teaches Kids about Tolerance.
Miss the #NEAB2S
@Lily_NEA and @NEAToday hosted a Twitter chat on September 2, 2014, along with @pragmaticmom, @teachmama and @techsavvymama, to discuss how parents and educators can work together to make it a great school year.
Share your stories of successful collaborations between educators, parents and community leaders.
In local communities across the country, NEA affiliate members and leaders are working closely with parents, families, and community members.