Today we celebrate Education Support Professionals Day. Dear Members, ESPs hold a special place in the hearts of everyone in our school communities. If you ask any student about their […]
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NEA-NH Latest Posts
Dear NEA-NH Members, Last year, at the start of American Education Week (AEW), I said that ‘unrelenting’ was the word that best described the situation we found ourselves in as […]
Volunteer This Weekend to Help the Record Number of NEA-NH Current and Former Members Running For Office
There are 26 current and former NEA-NH members running for office this November, and they need your help. Educators deserve a place at the table when decisions are being made that […]
Stay Informed: With Little to No Public Input, Group Planning on Bringing Drastic Changes to NH Classrooms
For the past two years, with little public input, a group has been working on revisions to the rules that ensure every NH student receives a high-quality public education. NEA-NH […]
Today in America, our schools are facing a lack of mental-health supports for students, teacher shortages, school shootings, book bans, and more. A new NEA survey shows that, despite their […]
NEA New Hampshire has partnered with Russell Sage College and VESi to offer members a yearly subscription to online graduate courses for $225 per year. You can enroll in one […]
WHAT WE DO
We advocate for education professionals and unite our members and the nation to fulfill the promise of public education, to break down the barriers to racial equity, and to prepare every student to succeed in a diverse and interdependent world.
WHO WE ARE
Our members are public school educators in all stages of their careers, including classroom teachers and other certified professionals, instructors at public higher education institutions, students preparing for a teaching career, education support personnel and those retired from the profession.