As educators, we believe that every child, no matter their grade, color or zip code, deserves a safe and welcoming school where they can thrive. But for too long, certain politicians have deprived our public schools the resources they need to reach and teach every child. Returning to our schools and campuses schools provides a valuable opportunity to address those long-standing inequities in public education. Below, you'll find practical advice and helpful resources to help you establish more just practices at your school, with more in our library.
NEA Panel Focuses on Extended Learning Post-COVID
Finding the Lost Students of the Pandemic
‘No child of any age should go hungry’
Equity Through Language Access: Best Practices for Collaborating with Interpreters
Voices of Leaders for Just Schools
Educating Students with Disabilities in a Pandemic
“When educators understand that they have a bias, and that it impacts the way that they educate their students and the way they interact with their families, that helps them to be better educators moving forward.”