NEA-New Hampshire released the following statement today regarding the proposed Code of Conduct for Educators approved by the New Hampshire Department of Education: NEA-NH believes the administrative rules that address educator misconduct should delineate clear expectations and transparent procedural measures. We were able to work with the drafters of the new proposal to suggest changes throughout the process in an attempt to achieve these goals. “Our own NEA Code of Ethics recognizes that our members believe in the worth and dignity of each human being, recognize the supreme importance of
NEA-NH offers several conferences and workshops throughout the year to provide opportunities for members to increase their skills, learn new education concepts, and earn Professional Development credits.
Current & Upcoming Events
NEA-New Hampshire member Joan Boisvert shared the results of her recent survey on student mental health issues and the actions that NEA-New Hampshire will be taking to assist educators in addressing student mental health issues. You can watch it here.
Please join us for the 2019 NEA-NH ESP CONFERENCE, Saturday, April 6, 2019
Click here to learn about the event. Print the brochure: 2019 NEA-NH ESP Conference Brochure. ESPs are Education Support Professionals in clerical services, custodial and maintenance services, food services, health and student services, paraeducators, security services, skilled trade services, technical services, and transportation services. We have almost 4,000 ESP members!
If you are interested in attending the JIM SWEENEY LEADERSHIP ACADEMY in 2019, as a new or emerging local association leader, contact Bobbi-Jo Michael with your name, email, local association name, and role.
Remember we have a PROFESSIONAL LIBRARY OF BOOKS AND FILMS that you can borrow for two weeks at a time. Contact Ally Snyder for details.