The Spring Membership Trainings have been canceled. While we deal with current circumstances, membership continues to be a priority for NEA-NH. As we examine ways to assist local leaders gain membership, at this time it appears the best way we can do that is to provide timely and useful information about developments at the federal
This webinar is open to all New Hampshire educators and is scheduled for this afternoon, Friday, April 3 at 3:00 PM. The webinar will focus on best practices, accessibility and safety as you navigate this new world of remote instruction. If are not able to attend, the session will be recorded. Join TODAY’s 3:00
Last Wednesday, the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (“FFCRA”) was signed into law. FFCRA takes effect on April 1 and expires on December 31, 2020. Among other provisions, the law provides emergency paid sick and some parental leave protections to eligible employees. Eligible employees include virtually all public employees – including all public school employees.
This message is being sent collaboratively to provide unified and consistent recommendations to school boards, superintendents/central office administrators, teachers, school principals, school special education staff, support staff, other district staff and most importantly, to public school students and their parents. As we attempt to best serve the needs of our students and parents during these
As the state of emergency continues, the safety of our students, educators, and all their families remains our top priority. Our actions, decisions and recommendations are based on these principles, which have been divided into three areas: Health and Safety of Students and Educators, Professional Issues Relating to Teachers, ESPs and other Education Employees, and
To help mitigate the spread of COVID-19 and protect the health of our employees, all NEA-NH office buildings will be closed until April 6. Professional staff and managers will continue working from remote location to assist members during the closure.