October 5, 2012 by Tim Walker
The NEA announced a $500,000 challenge grant to replicate and expand a successful New Jersey Education Association program that helps increase the number of certified science and math teachers.
March 19, 2012 by Tim Walker
How can public education advocates cut through politics and bad research to transform the teaching profession? NEA President Dennis Van Roekel tackled this issue with a panel of international teacher leaders at the Celebration of Teaching and Learning.
December 8, 2011 by Tim Walker
NEA president Dennis Van Roekel calls for performance assessments for prospective teachers and expanded teacher role in evaluation and school leadership.
March 16, 2011 by Tim Walker
High-performing countries have strong unions. They also support teachers and engage them in the reform process. Many right-wing politicians in the United States may want to ignore these facts, but in Finland, Canada, Singapore, and other nations, collaboration with teacher…
September 3, 2010 by Tim Walker
A nice piece on PSC in the September edition of Worlds of Education, the magazine of Education International, based in Brussels. EI is a global union federation, including NEA, of 348 member organizations in 169 countries. One of the largest…
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