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NEA Public Relations
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NEA Public Relations Nov 18
Yes! Teachers union (NEA) wants transformation in education funding to fight systemic racism
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NEA Public Relations Nov 18
ICYMI: Watch: A conversation on America's education inequities
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NEA Public Relations Nov 18
National Education Association Releases Policy Playbook for Biden-Harris Administration
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NEA Public Relations Nov 17
Starting now. A conversation about systemic racism in public education with and
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NEA Public Relations Nov 17
Add this to your to-watch list at 12:30 EST!
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NEA Public Relations Nov 7
Release: Educators Congratulate President-elect and Vice President-elect
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Kim Anderson Nov 2
Pres Trump is gearing up to claim victory on Tues night before the voices of every American who took the time to vote are heard. See NEA’s educators holding class — this time Civics 101! National Education Association Releases Pledge | NEA
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Miguel - Mexplainer-in-Chief Oct 29
Happening at 5:30 p.m. EST. Tune in!
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Becky Pringle Oct 28
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Becky Pringle Oct 27
We demand justice for and equity for Black lives in all places and in all forms — in our judicial, education, housing, health and economic systems. We mourn, we stand, and we organize to dismantle all acts of discrimination and racism.
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Katherine Underwood Oct 27
⁩ ⁦⁩ I am representing at the Georgia Rally today!
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NEA Oct 27
🗣️ Racism still does exist in our society and educators are aware of that. They see it every day in the systems that impact education, they see it in inequitable funding... We take that seriously.
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NEA Oct 26
Replying to @NEAToday
The Senate GOP has thrown the legitimacy of the U.S. Supreme Court in doubt by ramming through an extreme judge as the next associate justice, just days before the close of the election. Read our full statement.
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NEA Oct 26
Replying to @WVEAnews
"With just eight days from the end of the election, the Senate should have waited for the people to make their voices heard before choosing a justice who would decide the fate of workers like me.” — Debra Sloat, school bus driver, Berkeley County, W.V.
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NEA Oct 26
Replying to @FloridaEA
"The Senate abandoned support for students and educators so they could take away health care from millions of people — all during a pandemic. Politicians wanted to re-start the economy even if it was at the expense of people’s lives. ” — Ingrid Robledo, Miami, Fla.
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NEA Oct 26
Replying to @WeAreCTA
...I fear that I could lose the only healthcare insurance I can afford as a single mother of three children and someone who has a pre-existing condition.”
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NEA Oct 26
Replying to @NEAToday
Dolores Burse, a special education resource teacher, Dublin, Calif.: "The Supreme Court is set to hear a case next month on the ACA, and President Trump and his appointed justices have repeatedly threatened to strike down Obamacare...
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NEA Oct 26
Replying to @BeckyPringle
...We will not forget what Donald Trump and Mitch McConnell have done to stack our courts while ignoring the pressing issues of the country." —, NEA President
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NEA Oct 26
Replying to @NEAToday
"Senate Republicans have refused to provide COVID-19 relief. Instead, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell chose to ram through an extreme nominee who threatens our very health care, our union rights, our voting rights, our civil rights and our students’ rights....
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NEA Oct 26
Educators are expressing outrage at the Senate GOP’s misguided priorities to confirm Amy Coney Barrett just days before the close of the election and while more than 60 million people already have cast their ballots. In their own words:
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