Democratic members of Congress hold “Day of Action for the Children” which highlights the urgent need for passage of the HEROES Act. NEA President Becky Pringle calls on Congress and Mitch McConnell to act.
Jacob Blake was shot in the back by the Kenosha, Wisconsin police. NEA President Lily Eskelsen García and Wisconsin Education Association Council President Ron Martin respond, calling it a "national emergency."
President Donald Trump designates teachers as "essential workers." NEA President Lily Eskelsen García decries move as a shallow sentiment that exposes students, educators and their families to a deadly virus.
National Education Association President Lily Eskelsen García reacts to reports of changes to United States Postal Service operations, calling them a desperate attempt to scare Americans away from participating in this election.
President Donald Trump held a press briefing as the latest coronavirus relief bill remains stalled in Congress. NEA President Lily Eskelsen Garcia decries false choice when it comes to reopening schools.
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