NEA Delegates and Colleagues Say Farewell to President Dennis Van RoekelOutgoing president leaves behind a legacy of making education equity a primary focus of the Association.
2014 NEA Friend of Education: Malala YousafzaiNEA honors Malala with the Mary Hatwood Futrell Human and Civil Rights Award and the 2014 NEA Friend of Education Award.
National Teacher of the Year: We Are the ‘Decisive Elements’ in Student Lives
2014 ESP of the Year Paula Monroe Honored at RA
Stocks Tells RA Delegates: We Can Beat the Koch Brothers With Student-Centered Union LeadershipIn his speech, NEA Executive Director John Stocks championed student-centered leadership and the importance of having a "long game"
National Education Association Elects New Leadership at Annual MeetingDelegates vote for all-minority, all-female, officer team to head nation's largest union
John Stocks: Student-Centered Leadership and the Long GameRemarks as Prepared for Delivery by NEA Executive Director John Stocks at the NEA Representative Assembly on July 4, 2014
Van Roekel Tells RA Delegates Bringing Equity to Schools Requires Leadership, Not Just Action
Dennis Van Roekel: Bringing Equity to Schools Requires Leadership, Not Just ActionRemarks of Dennis Van Roekel, NEA President as delivered to the 2014 NEA Representative Assembly on July 3, 2014
Massachusetts Claims NEA’s Greatest Governor AwardDeval Patrick, an ally to students and educators of Massachusetts
Meet the Freeds, the NEA RA FamilyKen and Marilyn Freed have been bringing their family to the Representative Assembly since 1982.
Empowered Educators Raise Their Hands for Student Success
Reading Magic Hits Denver
Are You In?A global effort to get millions of children in school
RA Expo Center: Three Things to Do!Three activities you won't want to miss at the Expo Center this year!
NEA Representative Assembly to Vote to End ‘Toxic Testing’
Unions Give Back: NEA Members Revitalize Two Denver Schools
New NEA-Student Chair Elected, Promises to Help Future Educators Newly elected chair of the NEA-Student Program vows support on behalf of future teachers, both within the union and within the education policy debates that rage across the country.
NEA Activitsts Vow to Continue Fight for Social Justice
Mark the day: Empowered educators share their secretsMore than 1,000 innovative educators will come together in Denver on July 2 to share the best of teaching and learning.
Longtime WEA-Retired Members Receives Distinguished Service AwardJean Savidge names recipient of prestigious NEA-Retired Award.
‘Still Standing Strong!’ Attendees at 2014 NEA—Retired Annual Meeting urged to keep fighting and partner with younger generations.
Delegates Hit Denver for NEA’s 152nd Annual MeetingNearly 9,000 National Education Association members from every state will come together to address issues facing schools, students, and the teaching profession during NEA's 152nd Annual Meeting and 93rd Representative Assembly.