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NEA-NH Recommended 2018 Primary Candidates

NEA-New Hampshire’s complete list of recommended candidates for the primary elections this September can be found here. For New Hampshire Governor, Executive Council and Senate: For New Hampshire House:

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Two Complementary Tickets from the New England Revolution

The New England Revolution are hosting a Teacher Appreciation Day at their home match next Saturday, August 11 at Gillette Stadium. They are offering a complimentary pair of tickets to all teachers plus one guest and plan to honor them during the half-time ceremony. Educators from across New England are invited to register for their pair of complimentary tickets to the match against the Philadelphia Union at https://www.revolutionsoccer.net/santander-teacher-appreciation. Teachers can pick up their tickets upon arrival at the game and must provide their school ID. They would love to have

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Together We Thrive

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America Needs Unions Now More Than Ever as Supreme Court Sides With Corporate Billionaires

On heels of high-profile walkouts, new organizing and spiking approval for unions, union leaders see decision as rallying point to unrig economy and put workers first WASHINGTON – June 27, 2018 – The following statement was issued by leaders and members of NEA, AFSCME, SEIU and AFT following the decision by the U.S. Supreme Court to rule against working people and in favor of billionaire CEOs and corporate interests in Janus v. AFSCME Council 31, holding that requiring fair-share fees in the public sector violates the First Amendment of the Constitution. As millions of American workers recommit to their unions and launch new organizing drives and as support for labor unions has risen to its highest level in years, it is shameful that the billionaire CEOs and corporate special interests behind

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Supreme Court Janus Ruling Deals Blow to Working Families in New Hampshire

Justices disregard facts, law with its ruling that strikes down 40 years of precedent CONCORD- The U.S. Supreme Court today issued a 5-4 decision in a case that had been bankrolled by corporate interests who wanted to rig the economic system even further in their favor. The ruling is a radical interpretation of the First Amendment and is a sweeping paradigm shift as it will make it more difficult for public workers to bargain collectively. Since 1854, a strong NEA-NH has helped create strong schools for students and even stronger communities that benefit all of us, because we know that our working conditions are also your child’s learning conditions. “For generations, unions have been the best path to the middle class for working people like you and me, said Megan

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NEA-NH Recommends Joe Pace for District 3 Executive Council

NEA-New Hampshire, the state’s largest public sector union, announced their recommendation of Joe Pace in the race for Executive Council in District 3. “Joe Pace understands the value of public education in New Hampshire,” said NEA-NH President Megan Tuttle. “He attended public schools in Stratham and Exeter, and graduated from UNH. He knows firsthand how important our public schools are as pathways to prosperity for all of our families. He advocated for UNH as a student leader, and has continued to be a strong voice for public education as an active alumnus and a local elected official. Our educators know he will be there for us on the Executive Council.” “I’m honored and humbled by the support of our state’s educators,” Pace said. “As a grateful graduate of public schools

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NEA-NH Announces Recommendation of Molly Kelly for Governor

NEA-New Hampshire recommended Molly Kelly to be the next governor of New Hampshire in a press conference at Beaver Meadow School in Concord this week. “Molly Kelly has always been a champion for public school education, and we enthusiastically endorse her to be our next governor,” said Megan Tuttle, NEA-NH president. “Instead of pushing a school voucher program that would weaken public schools, we know Molly will work to strengthen public education, support teachers and ensure every child can earn a quality education.” “It is an honor to earn the support of tens of thousands of public school teachers and educators,” said Kelly. “Public education is the core of our democracy. If a school voucher bill that takes money from public schools and gives it to private or religious schools

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Reviewing the 2017-2018 Legislative Results

The 2017-2018 Legislative Session has come to a close, a little earlier than usual this year due to State House renovations. Here is a quick look back at the past two sessions in Concord, beginning with the 2018 Session. Established an Educator Death Benefit and Increased Funding for School Security Since Columbine, educators have too often been called upon to act as first responders to incidents of school violence. HB 1415 establishes a $100,000 death benefit for any school employee killed in the line of duty as a result of school violence. NEA-New Hampshire sincerely hopes that this benefit will never have to be paid, but we applaud the Legislature for passing this legislation as recognition of the changes that have come to our profession in the past 20 years.

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