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Calling All Aspiring Educators

 Aspiring Educators
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.   Learn more about the NEA Aspiring Educators Program 

Resources for Retiring Members

As we approach the end of the year, we thought it might be good to remind our retiring members of their resources to help plan and prepare. While the COVID-19 crisis has made it impossible for us to conduct in-person seminars, we’re providing a link to to a previously recorded Retirement Seminar held in February: Information About the NH Retirement System. If you have not do so already, create an account to see your own personal account with the system and you can contact NHRS with any specific questions about

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Calling All NEA Members: Take the Census—Spread the Word!

NEA has been working to make sure all our members, students and communities are fully and properly counted in the U.S. Census, the federal government’s headcount of U.S. households that occurs every 10 years. The information collected by the Census is vitally important to the allocation of federal education funding to states and localities. Find out more about the U.S. Census through these NEA resources: NEA.org U.S. Census Web Page:  nea.org/census 40-second Census Video:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5idWa_J196I Article: Educators Continue Census Outreach, Despite COVID-19, in Ed Votes. By now households should have

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In Search of Greatness

We have the incredibly exciting opportunity to host a virtual screening of the acclaimed documentary IN SEARCH OF GREATNESS. We may not be able to be on the field or in the classroom right now, but we’ve found an exciting and inspiring way to get everyone together (virtually, of course) and hear directly from the greatest athletes of all time about how they found greatness. The link and password below will give you free access to the film until April 26th. It is also available on Amazon Prime, Hulu, and iTunes. Link: https://vimeo.com/316851423 Password: Greatness17 Wednesday 4/22: Thought Leaders in Education We will be hosting a live Q+A about the themes of the film with experts from across the field of education and Director Gabe Polsky on 4/22 at 8:30pm

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NEA Hosting Live Webinar: What the CARES Act Means for Student Loan Borrowers

Live Webinar Tuesday, April 14 at 7 p.m. Congress has enacted the CARES Act, a COVID-19 relief law that includes big changes to those who have student debt.These changes include a suspension of interest and payments for borrowers who have federal student loans from April 10, 2020 to September 30, 2020. NEA is still fighting for a more expansive and more extended suspension of payments. And NEA is also fighting to cancel some or all of our members’ federal student loans.Join NEA for a Zoom webinar Tuesday, April 14 at 7:00 p.m. to discuss: Details on the student loan provisions in the CARES Act; What it means for you and what you should be thinking about doing with your student loans during the suspension period; The support available to NEA

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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 and state level, to encourage members and leaders to work with their Uniserv Directors to resolve issues and to protect member rights, and to work with our education allies to make certain changes to the profession benefit educators and education employees and their students. We will continue to examine ways to provide membership information and recruitment to all members and leaders. Once that process is developed and implemented, we will continue membership work.


A Remote Learning Conversation with the NHDOE

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 PM webinar here: https://zoom.us/j/352112704

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