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NEA Public Relations Dec 17
Did you miss the presidential forum on public education this past Saturday? Watch NEA President talk about the issues the candidates discussed and which candidate stood out
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NEA Dec 14
. is our 2019 TEACHER OF THE YEAR and joined us at the today to share his experience as an educator of color teaching inside the Richmond Juvenile Detention Center.
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Politics K-12 Dec 14
Warning: If there's a question about the Common Core at the this Twitter account will be 💀
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Badass Teachers Asso Dec 14
Happy to see that public education is being placed front and center! here to demand some answers!
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NEA Dec 14
. takes the 🎤 to ask a question on behalf of members... and we could not agree more! "It may be raining outside, but it's beautiful inside this hall. We are finally putting education front and center in this election."
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NEA Public Relations Dec 14
Here is the line up for the rest of the afternoon of the
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NEA Public Relations Dec 14
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Carrie Pugh Dec 14
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becky pringle Dec 14
Students of color are continually harmed in the limited resources they're afforded, the ways they're disciplined, & low expectations of their abilities. We need a president who’s committed to fighting for & lifting up ALL of our students.
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Lily Eskelsen García Dec 14
I’m proud to be kicking off on stage today with . We are committed to making sure the next president is an advocate for great public schools for every student. Ready to hear what the candidates have to say? WE ARE!
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Lily Eskelsen García Dec 14
My thoughts today are with the survivors of Sandy Hook and the families who lost their children far, far too soon. I’m at the where I hope we hear how the presidential hopefuls will break through inaction to finally from gun violence.
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NEA Public Relations Dec 14
Happening now on ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ and ⁦ with 7 presidential candidates. ⁦
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Carrie Pugh Dec 14
Proud to be co-hosting the with organizations like . We want a democracy that works for all children regardless of zip code or immigration status.
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NEA Public Relations Dec 14
NEA President provides a preview of what she expects candidates to say about students and public education at today’s presidential forum.
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Journey 4 Justice Dec 13
The road to the whitehouse must go through Pittsburgh !! 8 potential candidates will take questions from parents, teachers, and students. is in the building strong !! Tune in live
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Lily Eskelsen García Dec 13
Students need leaders who will dismantle barriers that stand in the way of their success. Tomorrow, learn how & plan to make that happen.
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NEA Public Relations Dec 13
Lily is looking forward to give a sneak preview about educators expect to hear from presidential candidates tomorrow.
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Ali Velshi Dec 13
I’m in for tomorrow. & I will moderate individual discussions with #2020 presidential candidates . Watch 9a-4pET Sat
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NEA Dec 11
💔This is deeply disturbing, and another unfortunate example of why we continue to fight for racial justice and cultural sensitivity in schools. Our students deserve it.
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Lily Eskelsen García Dec 11
Incidents like this are unacceptable. Racial justice is everyone's business and we all have a responsibility to ensure a safe and welcoming learning environment for our students.
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