April 2, 2013 by Brenda Álvarez
The first round of School Improvement Grant funding is now in its last year. Looking back, what’s been learned through SIG schools receiving NEA support? More important, what will happen once the funding ends?
March 6, 2013 by PSC Editor
NEA’s Priority Schools featured “Bringing Learning to Life: Service-learning for Educators at All Levels,” a service-learning project with a unique design, to educators from across the country.
December 20, 2012 by PSC Editor
Meaningful partnerships are needed more than ever. That’s why, the NEA Foundation and DonorsChoose.org teamed up to award several Priority Schools with hundreds of dollars in grant funding.
November 1, 2012 by PSC Editor
In the third year of a collaborative project with Ohio State University and NEA, Columbus school students have become small-scale philanthropists, designating $8,500 in contributions to select non-profit organizations.
September 7, 2012 by Brenda Álvarez
Educators at Glenwood Leadership Academy are demonstrating how collaborative efforts among groups with a vested interest in education can support the whole student and lift a community from despair.
July 25, 2012 by Cindy Long
This article outlines six of the most common communication challenges between educators and parents, as reported by a recent Parenting/NEA survey, along with NEA member-tested solutions.
May 31, 2012 by John Rosales
Teachers, support staff, and parents team up as co-educators to build trust and benefit students in Oregon’s Salem-Keizer school district through following a model for home meetings called the Parent Teacher Home Visit Project.
May 18, 2012 by Amy Buffenbarger
What does an education utopia look like? According to NEA, an education utopia has a system that ensures quality in five domains: quality professions, quality professionals, quality schools, quality policy, and quality unions.
May 10, 2012 by Amy Buffenbarger
A focus on student-centered, project-based learning is starting to pay off in Columbus, Ohio, thanks in part to a service-learning initiative lead by NEA, CEA in collaboration with OSU.
April 20, 2012 by Amy Buffenbarger
How do you know your transformation plan is working? When your students stay at school until 9 PM to work on academic projects. With academics improving, school spirit gets a boost, too as more students participate in and support their school teams.
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