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NEA Today Retired, January 2024

NEA Today Retired, January 2024

Does your fitness routine need a makeover this year? Find your workout inspiration in this issue and meet retired educators who are taking a stand against systemic racism.
NEA Today Retired, January 2024

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NEA-Retired Member Susan Feiner playing pickleball
Cover Story

Did Someone Say Pickleball?

by: Mary Ellen Flannery 12/01/2023
Swat, bounce, punch, or pose! Find out how to pump up the fun in your fitness routine.
creating equitable schools
Feature Article

Psst...Your Bias is Showing

by: Cindy Long 12/04/2023
Want to create more just schools? Three Idaho educators tell you exactly how to do it.
young girl in glasses sits and reads a picture book at library
Feature Article

The Joy of Reading Isn't Dead, Yet

by: Mary Ellen Flannery 08/30/2023
While the number of students who say they read for fun is at an all-time low, NEA members are turning the tide by providing access, choice, and maybe a dog in the library.
esp custodian
Education Support Professionals

Will New Jersey ESPs Finally Get Justice?

by: Christy Kanaby 12/19/2023
“It can be exhausting to fight for things that you shouldn’t have to fight for, but you need to just keep going and stay focused.”

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Quote byChristine Salamone , NEA-Retired history teacher

“If you’re really anti-racist, you’re gonna do whatever you can to change the system.”
—Christine Salamone , NEA-Retired history teacher
Christine 'Chris' Salamone in front of a school bus.


NEA Today Magazine, January 2024

NEA Today, January 2024

On Nov. 30, 2021, Michigan high school teacher Melissa Gibbons became part of a group she never wanted to join: school shooting survivors. Melissa shares her story in the latest issue of NEA Today, as we explore the complex issue of gun violence and meet educators who are making a difference in their schools. Together, we can change this.
2023 NEA Today - Aspiring Educators cover

NEA Today for Aspiring Educators, 2023

Learn how Aspiring Educators across the country are working with their union to preserve democracy and prevent further setbacks, organizing to end unpaid student teaching placements, and growing union membership on campus chapters. Plus, find practical advice on how to go from student life to the professional world!
NEA Today Retired, October 2023

NEA Today for Retired Members

In our latest issue, find out how NEA-Retired members are fighting to make sure all educators get the Social Security benefits they have earned. Also, hit the road with former teachers who are taking their love for learning on the road with educational vacations, and meet an inspiring activist who blazed a trail for LGBTQ+ rights.

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