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In her first speech to the NEA Representative Assembly (RA) as NEA President, Lily Eskelsen García championed the long history of educator activism and urged the delegates to always remember that “we are what democracy looks like.”
The NEA Friend of Education honor was given to Patricia de Stacy Harrison, president and chief executive officer of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB), and Paula A. Kerger, president and chief executive officer of the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS).
NEA delegates tackle issues with far-reaching implications for the profession, from the future of testing to equity in education.
Janet Eberhardt, NEA’s Education Support Professional (ESP) of the Year, took the stage at this year’s Representative Assembly in Orlando with a humble—but strong—message: when educators unite, students succeed.
Enjoy looking back at the events of the NEA Representative Assembly in a wrap-up video.
Shanna Peeples, a high school English teacher from Amarillo, Texas, and the 2015 National Teacher of the Year, delivered a rousing reminder of why millions of educators answer the call and enter the teaching profession: to make a difference in the lives of their students.
The following new business items, legislative amendments, resolutions, and policy statements were adopted by the delegates to the 2015 NEA RA. Only those amendments that were adopted contain an explanation:
The following link will display the results of the elections held at the 2015 NEA RA for the positions of Executive Committee and At-Large ESP.