Connect With NEA Through Social Media
Join a discussion or get news and other useful information sent right to your computer or mobile phone. NEA offers many ways for you to connect with the Association and your colleagues through social media.
- NEA Today
The official Facebook page for the National Education Association. We bring you tips and tricks for the classroom, keep you informed on the latest education news, and help you connect with others who are working to create great public schools for every student.
- Speak Up for Education and Kids
A community of educators and other concerned citizens fighting for smart, sensible funding and regulation of public education.
- Read Across America
Share your love of reading with kids and teens around the country and around the world! Remember, you're never too old, too wacky too wild, to pick up a book and read with a child.
NEAToday's Twitter feed offers education news, useful tip and links to resources that will help you thrive in the workplace.
Get the latest information on political issues affecting education at the Education Votes Twitter feed.
The official Twitter feed for NEA's public relations department. Check here for the latest news and media releases.
Keep up with NEA President Lily Eskelsen García through her Twitter feed.
A must follow for Education Support Professionals looking to keep up with useful news and resources.
Find out what's going on in the world of higher education, college affordability and more.
- NEA Video on YouTube
See the latest videos highlighting our activities as the National Education Association.
- Education Votes
NEA state affiliates across the country engage members and the public in the fight make public schools great for every student and hold public officials accountable for their actions.
- NEA Today on Pinterest
Find classroom projects, tips, ideas, lesson plans, inspiration, humor and resources for your school.
- NEA Today on Instagram
NEA’s story told through images representing its members and staff, all working together to provide great public schools for every student.
Get updates from Lily's Blackboard, the blog of National Education Association President Lily Eskelsen García.
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