Member Webinar: Returning Safely to In-Person Instruction

NEA experts discuss educators' rights and accommodations and how to best ensure schools are safe.

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Collective Bargaining / Educator Voice in the COVID-19 Environment

Collective bargaining gives educators a meaningful voice in decisions to return to in-person instruction.

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COVID-19 and Liability Waivers

Can my school force me to sign a document waiving my legal remedies if I might have contracted COVID-19 on the job?

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COVID-19 and Workers Compensation

What are my legal remedies if I contract COVID-19 at work?

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COVID-19 and Unemployment Insurance

Can I collect unemployment benefits if I leave my job because of COVID-19?

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Educator Rights to Leave Under Federal Law

Frequently asked questions about rights to leave under federal law.

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Educator Rights to Accommodations

What are my rights if I have a medical condition that puts me at higher risk of serious illness or death if I contract COVID-19?

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NEA's Priorities for COVID-19 Relief

From shoring up state and local education budgets to closing the digital divide, the road to recovery from COVID-19 will go directly through America's public schools.

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Amplifying Educator Expertise

Successfully reopening schools, colleges, and universities will require collaboration that includes the voice of educators and community members.

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FAQs on Paid Leave and Unemployment Rights

NEA's General Counsel answers questions from educators.

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Safe and Healthy School Operations, Contingency Plans, and Communications Plans

Ten considerations we should be prepared to address if returning to in-person instruction.

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Student Loan Relief under the CARES Act

Still paying for your schooling? Here’s what you need to know about Congress’s $2 trillion relief package.

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The ESSER Fund: Let’s Make it Count

Help ensure that Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund dollars go toward advancing equity and closing opportunity gaps.

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Unions Continue to Advocate for Educators & Students

From pay to support for online teaching to the biggest issue of all—student and educator safety—local and state NEA affiliates are standing up despite the pandemic.

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Caught in Limbo, Aspiring Educators Ask for Flexibility

Their required student-teacher placements were cut short by the coronavirus pandemic. So how do they get licensed to teach?

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EQUITY IN DIGITAL INSTRUCTION: THE HOMEWORK GAP

Here’s how the government can help support students lacking internet access.

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PROTECTING YOUR & STUDENTS' PRIVACY DURING PANDEMIC

Follow these Student Privacy Policy Office guidelines to avoid revealing personal information.

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'What If I Feel Unsafe?': ESPs in Texas Report Back to Work

While some support professionals are eager to return, many are nervous that it’s too soon.

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Updates on COVID-19 Financial Relief

We’ve compiled some information and resources to make it easy for you to find out about important changes that are impacting your budget.

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