On this ESP Day, I want to thank each of you who continue to make our community a better place as we adapt to new learning and working environments. Jazz B.: Outstanding Treasurer and leader in her building, brings sunshine where she goes! Always willing to help at community events. Kristen K., Vice President. Advocate
NEA-NH president Megan Tuttle provided the following testimony to the School Funding Commission this afternoon: Good afternoon, my name is Megan Tuttle President of NEA-NH. Our union represents over 17,000 educators across our state in collective bargaining. In addition to negotiating and representing school staff and faculty we also provide our members high quality professional
The grant you submitted again today does still not address the basic charter school safeguards of transparency, opportunity and quality. It takes money directly from our underfunded public-school system, and ties taxpayers to a generation of new expenses. We thank all those elected officials who continue to have the courage to stand up to you.
It’s been two years since the last “big” election. I think we all could have predicted that Betsy DeVos and Donald Trump would continue to undermine public education every chance they could – and they did. I think we all know that Commissioner Edelblut would do everything in his power to implement the Trump-DeVos agenda
Every year we hear this is the most important election ever. A strong argument can be made that the 2020 election is exactly that. The question we hope to answer for you is: How does this election affect you and your family? One issue that drives contract negotiations is health insurance coverage. The cost of
NEA-NH announced their recommendation of Sue Ford for Senate District 1 today. “We’ve always maintained that educator voices should be heard as decisions are being made that impact our students and classrooms. As an educator of more than 40 years, Sue brings unique qualifications and background to the state Senate to help ensure that our