Dream Act Pledge
Defend the Future of Dreamers
The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program has proven to be an unqualified success, providing new opportunities and futures for nearly 800,000 Dreamers who live, study and work in the United States. Together, with our family, friends, and neighbors, let us stand for our core values of acceptance, diversity, and tolerance.
The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program has proven to be an unqualified success, providing new opportunities and futures for nearly 800,000 Dreamers who live, study and work in the United States.
Despite a recent victory at the U.S. Supreme Court upholding the DACA program, this protection of Dreamers is only temporary.
We are a nation that welcomes strivers and dreamers. We understand the important role that immigration plays in our core identity and our economy and that when we embrace the contributions of immigrants, the future is brighter for all of us.
Together, let us demand a path forward that embraces immigrants and the diversity they bring; that understands and encourages their important contributions to our culture, society, and economy; and that rejects any policy that divides communities and weakens us.
Sign the pledge and join the effort to defend Dreamers—at the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court, the White House, the halls of Congress, and at the ballot box.
Building Power in Our Communities
Ready to get active and be the superhero our students deserve in the fight for racial, social and economic justice in public education? Then join the NEA EdJustice League!
What Does This Mean?
What the end of DACA means for educators and students.
Supporting Our Youth
How educators can work with allies to ensure colleagues, students, and communities have the information and resources they need.
Mental Health Toolkit
We must address the mental health of our community and transform it with love.