A society made stronger through world class public education
Concord Office

We Need Your Help!

We need your help to collect stories of any incidents of hate talk, racism, sexism, increased bullying related to cultural differences or sexual orientation. These stories can be related to students, families or educational employees.

2018-19 Martin Luther King, Jr. Arts and Writing Contests Now Open

Deadline for entries: December 19, 2018 The Martin Luther King Coalition has always considered involving youth an essential component of the community celebration of Martin Luther King Day. After all, in his most famous speech, one of Dr. King’s most poignant statements was the expression of his dream for the children: that they would one day be able to attend school & play together regardless of the colors of their skin. Therefore, from its early years, the Coalition has invited all children from the state of New Hampshire to participate

Read More…

Comments Off on 2018-19 Martin Luther King, Jr. Arts and Writing Contests Now Open

HCR Committee Needs Your Stories

This content is restricted to NEA-New Hampshire members. If you are an existing user, please log in. New users may register below.Existing Users Log InEmail or UsernamePassword Remember Me  Forgot password? Click here to resetNew User RegistrationChoose a Username*First Name*Last Name*Address 1*Address 2City*State*Zip*Day Phone*Email*Confirm EmailPassword*Confirm Password* Please indicate that you agree to the Terms of Service Member ID**Required field

Comments Off on HCR Committee Needs Your Stories

Take the Pledge: Safe Learning Environments for Every Student

Schools should be havens. But right now, many of our students are scared, anxious, and feeling threatened. We are hearing from students and educators around the country who are encountering hostile, hateful environments in their schools and communities, with fake deportation notices being handed out and swastikas drawn in bathrooms. We are being flooded with reports of hate speech and images directed at students in our schools. Nooses. Racist graffiti. Threats to our LGBTQ students. Headscarves being torn off. Girls being assaulted. Children are hearing that they are not welcome in their schools and even in the country they call home. There is no place for this in our schools. Educators know that this isn’t about politics, but simply that every student deserves a safe, welcoming, affirming learning environment. In

Read More…

Comments Off on Take the Pledge: Safe Learning Environments for Every Student

NEA President: Every Child has the Right to Feel Safe, Welcomed and Valued

Educators welcome groundbreaking civil rights protections for transgender students in schools WASHINGTON—Today, the National Education Association, the nation’s largest professional association representing three million educators, enthusiastically welcomed the Obama administration’s guidance for school districts to help ensure the civil rights of transgender students. The following statement can be attributed to NEA President Lily Eskelsen García: “Every student matters, and every child has the right to feel safe, welcomed, and valued in our schools. As educators, we are responsible for our students’ education and safety, including transgender students. We know that students are more likely to learn and succeed in safe, supportive environments. Unfortunately, as we have seen play out in places like North Carolina, politicians are playing games with the lives of children and teens who are seen as different

Read More…

Comments Off on NEA President: Every Child has the Right to Feel Safe, Welcomed and Valued

NEA President’s Letter to Secretary Duncan

NEA President Lily Eskelsen-Garcia sent a letter to Secretary Duncan this morning outlining NEA’s ask for an opportunity dashboard within ESEA.  This is a huge priority for NEA for the next reauthorization of ESEA.  “When half of American children are now living in low-income families, I believe we have more than just the fierce urgency of now to act. I believe we have a crisis of opportunity to solve,” the letter says.   January 26, 2015 The Honorable Arne Duncan Secretary of Education 400 Maryland Avenue SW LBJ Education Building, 7W311 Washington DC 20202 Dear Mr. Secretary: As the United States Supreme Court said in 1954 in Brown v. Board of Education—and your department’s Office of Civil Rights affirmed just four months ago in a Dear Colleague letter— education is

Read More…

Comments Off on NEA President’s Letter to Secretary Duncan

Human & Civil Rights Committee