Students with special needs have been deeply impacted by the closure of school buildings. Educators and parents share how they have overcome obstacles to give these students the education they deserve.
How to Make Your Voice Heard at the Statehouse
Lawmakers around the country are back in session in January. Find out what you can do to put public education at the top of their priority list.
Slaying the Student Debt Monster
Buried under a mountain of education loans? NEA has helped many members manage their debt and can help you, too.
Educators Were a Winning Force in Election 2020
Big victories in election 2020 were the culmination of years of community organizing by educators.
How to Create the Perfect Home Teaching Space
Try these tips from fellow educators to give your home office/virtual classroom a refresh.
Why We Need Diverse Books
For students of color, reading books that reflect their identities can be life-changing. Hear from educators and well-known authors, and get recom-mendations for your class reading list.
Ed Tech 911
NEA member-leaders have stepped up to provide desperately needed tech training during the pandemic.
Education Support Professionals: Self-Care Strategies Can Help Frontline Workers Manage Stress
Education support professionals are under more pressure than ever. NEA has teamed up with wellness experts who offer techniques for coping with traumatic stress and finding calm.
Why I’m a Member
A Native American educator shares how his union gives him a voice to speak out for marginalized students.
Milwaukee Art Build Workers create artwork and posters to boost support for public education and unions.
A Note From the Editor-in-Chief
The election of Joe Biden as president of the United States is a game-changer for public education.
NEA members helped deliver Joe Biden and Kamala Harris’ victory in election 2020. Now our work begins.