Listen, process and do your research. This is happening in Flint, but there are communities across the country where students are affected by toxic levels of lead.
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“The concept of “neutrality” is not only unsatisfactory, but damaging. Classrooms need to reflect the level of equity we hope to create within society.”
It’s time for our country to sit up straight and listen the youth who are providing a master class in social change by building a mass multiracial movement to redefine safety and challenge structural racism.
With several key dates for national actions on gun violence fast approaching, and the number of students and educators participating in such actions growing each week, many educators have questions about their rights when they engage in activism and protest on social justice issues. In a national call with NEA members last week, attorneys with NEA’s … Continued
Local affiliates are stepping up in a big way. They are at the forefront of fighting for civil rights of our students in ways that we haven’t seen since the Civil Rights Movement.
While the fight for a permanent solution continues in the courts and in Congress, here are five things you can do for our Dreamers right now.
The Black Lives Matter flag raising was organized by the Racial Justice Alliance, a student organization at Montpelier, as part of the national Black Lives Matter at School Week.
California is the first and only state to mandate that students be taught about the contributions of LGBTQ people in social sciences classes.
It’s time for honest conversation in school communities on issues of racial justice. Here are some resources and inspiration.
NEA has filed amicus briefs in two lawsuits urging the courts to strike down the DACA revocation.