Engaged Families and Communities

Make the Priority Schools Pledge

How do we expose and close the education gaps that deny our students the basics and keep opportunity always a zip code or two away? By showing that our communities will no longer sit quietly at the back of the line for quality teachers and adequate resources. Students succeed if adults intercede, working together and standing for nothing less than excellence. We’re the National Education Association. Give us your email and we’ll show you a way.

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1 response to “Make the Priority Schools Pledge”

  1. J. Holmes September 9, 201212:15 am

    Teachers deserve more money!
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