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Five Educators Share Advice for New Educators

With COVID-19 comes uncertainly about the next school year, so here's some advice for 2020-21's new educators. 


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COVID-19 Stimulus Package Helps Students and Educators

Amanda Menas

Educators will continue to fight for funding to address the homework gap, distance learning, housing and food insecurity, and student loan cancelation. 

 


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NEA Member Connections Help Sustain Educators During Crisis

Cindy Long

Educators online are posting everything from distance learning strategies, to words of encouragement, to links to professional development workshops.


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Welcome to WellVille: ‘Educators Can’t Forget to Take Care of Themselves’

By: Tim Walker

During COVID-19 especially!  Zero gravity chairs, yoga, soothing music, foot massagers, essential oils – what on earth is going on at Ward Melville High School?


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NEA's edCommunities is a place where teachers, parents, school support professionals, and community members share ideas and resources to improve student success. It is free and open to all!


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Demanding Support for Claims
Reformers have used and abused misinformation, false claims, exaggerations, and even fabrications ito promote reforms such as high-stakes testing, merit pay, charter schools, Value-Added Model (VAM), and Common Core State Standards (CCSS), and Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC). Check out these NEA resources to help you demand academic truth.

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