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NEA-NH can assist you on your journey to become a teacher. We provide resources to help your planning and build your classroom, networking with other educators, and legal protection when you step into a classroom.
Find out more about NEA's Aspiring Educators Program: http://www.nea.org/home/1600.htm

Here’s Your Opportunity to Recognize the ESPs Who Work Tirelessly in Your School

Plans are underway for Education Support Professional (ESP) Day, our annual celebration of ESPs, Wednesday, November 17, 2021, during American Education Week! While NEA recognizes ESPs and their amazing contributions to our students, schools, communities every day, we are always excited for this special opportunity to lift up their stories and impact even further. This year, we are planning to amplify the voices of ESPs and support them through a variety of online actions. NEA’s Center for Communications and ESP Quality Department are collecting short video clips from a variety

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Southside Middle School Wins California Casualty’s 2021 Music and Arts Grant

San Mateo, CA, October 7, 2021 – After careful consideration of nearly 500 applications, California Casualty has designated 142 schools throughout the country as 2021 Music and Arts Grant awardees. “We are excited to announce that this year, we are awarding a 2021 California Casualty Music & Art Grant to NEA-NH Member Regina McGuiggin from Southside Middle School in Manchester,” said Amy Grosso from California Casualty. “She is among 142 grants being awarded in 29 states. She will receive $250 to help purchase much needed art supplies for their program.”

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Letters from Members: Not Up to the Challenge

This letter is in response to Rep. Moffett’s recent words and actions.  He suggested that his party is the one that should be trusted to oversee the education of our children to ensure they are successful in the 21st Century. He also stated that the NEA does not have the best interest of our students and educators at its core. With all due respect, Rep. Moffett, you are incorrect on both counts. Those who disparage my Union tell me that “we love teachers – we just don’t like it when they band together.” These words sound innocent, but they undermine the provision of a great public education. Individual educators find it difficult to stand up to bad educational policies and unfair working conditions. Together we have always accomplished more. Rep.

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NEA-NH: Today’s Adoption of Lax Voucher Rules Another Example of Fiscal Malpractice and Failed Leadership

CONCORD, NH – August 27, 2011 – Today’s vote by the State Board of Education to adopt lax oversight rules for the massive voucher expansion recently signed into law by Governor Sununu puts New Hampshire on an accelerated and dangerous path to defund our public schools. One that consistently ends poorly in states that have passed similar laws. Private schools in Florida now rake in close to $1 billion a year in public money. A voucher scheme like the one recently enacted here in New Hampshire is responsible for this dramatic diversion of public funds to help wealthy families in Florida pay their private school tuition bills. “Thanks to Governor Sununu and Commissioner Edelblut, New Hampshire property taxpayers will now be funding their local schools and the private and religious

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NEA-NH Announces Support for Educator Vaccine and Testing Requirement

CONCORD, NH – August 13, 2021 – The NEA-New Hampshire Executive Board met today and voted with no dissent to support the statement published yesterday by the National Education Association regarding required vaccines for educators. “As a Board, we agree with NEA’s rationale and conclusions, and voted to adopt them as our own,” said Megan Tuttle, NEA-New Hampshire President. The NEA Statement appears below: National Education Association President Becky Pringle issued the following statement today announcing NEA’s support for requirements that all educators receive a COVID-19 vaccination or submit to regular COVID-19 testing. “No one wants to be back in the classroom with their students more than educators, and student safety is our number one priority. NEA has said from the beginning that we need to follow the science, and

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NEA-NH: We Are Urging All of Our Members to Get Vaccinated

Since the beginning of the pandemic, NEA-NH has advocated for protocols and precautions to ensure the safety of our students and educators. 15 months ago, that meant our support for temporary remote learning as PPE and cleaning equipment was purchased and procedures for their use implemented. Every day, we continue to advocate for repairs, upgrades and replacement of antiquated HVAC systems in many of our schools. We supported mandatory mask wearing for every in-person learning session. And we spoke out strongly for educators to be able to receive vaccines as soon as possible to help get our kids back into classrooms where they belong. We continue to urge all our members to get vaccinated. The fact remains that children under 12 are unable to be vaccinated, and the delta variant

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