COVID-19 Vaccine Information for Educators
The COVID-19 vaccines offer us hope for a safe return to classrooms and campuses, but is only effective if people can access it. Use the resources below to learn more about the vaccines available and how you can find an appointment in your state.
How do I get a vaccine?
Educators and school personnel in K-12 schools now have priority access to the COVID-19 vaccine in all US states, territories, and the District of Columbia through the federal retail pharmacy program. Find COVID-19 vaccines near you ›
Lesson Plan: Vaccinate!
You’ve stepped up for your students. It’s your turn to #SleeveUp to protect against COVID-19.
More about the Vaccine
Poll: Nearly Half of Educators Have Had At Least One COVID-19 Shot
With the pace of vaccinations accelerating, educators point to additional protocols that can ensure safe learning environments.
Let's Vaccinate Educators Now, Biden Tells States
Pringle applauds the decision. “The President heard us.”
Answering Your Questions About the COVID-19 Vaccines
NEA partnered with a coalition of health and labor organizations to to share relevant and scientifically-sound information on vaccines with our members.
Help Combat Vaccine Hesitancy with Facts
In order to get back to our normal lives and protect our communities, we must encourage our loved ones to become vaccinated as soon as they are able. Please view and share these videos from trusted medical professionals to help those who may be hesitant to get vaccinated find the information they need to help us get one step closer to herd immunity.
Take a photo, let your followers know! Remember to tag #IGotMyShot and #SleevesUpforStudents on social media.