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NEA Today

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NEA provides the latest education news and tells the stories of the educators making our public schools work. Learn more about our activism on key issues facing our 3 million members, and hear what those members have to say about the current events that affect them.
Whether you’re a college student about to enter your first job in education or have retired from working in schools, we have something for you. Find the information (and inspiration) you need in one of our publications.


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NEA Today is the flagship publication of the 3 million-member National Education Association. Online and via quarterly print issues sent to educators nationwide, the publication explores today’s toughest teaching challenges and solutions.

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NEA publishes magazines focused on the issues and interests of aspiring educators, retired educators, and members working in higher education. Explore past and current issues of NEA Today for Aspiring Educators, and NEA-Retired.
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“It will be imperative for schools to take the time to really look at ways to support students. That means SEL incorporated within the classrooms, less academic pressure, and more counseling support....When our students feel safe they’re able to learn.”
Quote by: Jaclyn Eppright, Counseling Social Worker, Millville, New Jersey
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NEA Today's mobile app gives you access to all the public education news, trends, and views found in our print magazine, plus exclusive multimedia content that takes you deeper into our stories. With a single download you’ll get feature articles delivered biweekly from NEA Today—our flagship K-12 publication—plus content collections tailored to retired educator and educators new to the profession.

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The National Education Association (NEA), the nation's largest professional employee organization, is committed to advancing the cause of public education. NEA's 3 million members work at every level of education—from pre-school to university graduate programs. NEA has affiliate organizations in every state and in more than 14,000 communities across the United States.