A big night for public education: Watch LIVE WEBCAST on Feb. 7


Join us LIVE Friday night for the NEA Foundation’s Salute to Excellence in Education Gala, and find out who will receive some of public education’s most prestigious awards. With 36 fabulous nominees, you’re bound to see someone you know on stage!


Invite your friends, family, colleagues, and students to be a part of this national celebration of public education.


When should you tune in? The show starts at 7:30 p.m. ET. Check out our schedule of events for details.



The evening will

This is what STEM education in public schools can look like

By Harriet Sanford
President & CEO

What is aquaponics? Watch Milwaukee students explore the fields of aquaculture and hydroponics, as they discover real-life STEM solutions to food production in the videos below. 


 


They. Love. Science.


Students involved in the

"Keep Austin Wired" with the NEA Foundation’s online courses

By Jesse Graytock
Grants Manager

The motto of Austin, Texas, home of the 2013 National Council of Urban Education Associations’ fall conference, is “Keep Austin Weird.” On a recent (and unusually frigid) December morning, a group of educators representing

What makes students globally competent? Global awareness to start

How a social studies teacher connected Brazil’s political unrest with history’s past struggles to help students learn.

 

 

By Josh Stumpenhorst, (pictured, above, third from the right) a 2013 NEA

Tony Award-winner Phylicia Rashād to emcee NEA Foundation Gala

Catch the live stream of the event on Feb. 7 on neafoundation.org.


“A good teacher watches and learns how you learn, and is really interested in seeing that light go on. … That’s how Mrs. Wheadon was as an instructor.” -

46 places to find funds for school projects

By Jesse Graytock
The NEA Foundation Grants Manager

Finding funding to develop top-notch instruction can be challenging. School resources are stretched thin, money is scarce, and often educators simply don’t have the time necessary to scour the internet for grants to help bring their great

Five educators selected from 36 national awardees to receive top awards at Gala

 

Five educators will take the stage with an audience of 800 leaders of education, business, and their peers to receive public education’s most prestigious prizes, the Horace Mann Awards for Teaching Excellence and $10,000. These educators

Grantees discover new ways to help students learn


From robotics to tablet training for educators...


Tablets, such as the iPad or Kindle, are all the rage in classrooms today. But what about the educators who are teaching with tablet technology for the first time in their careers?


A Douglas, MA

Huffington Post Blog: Sense and Sustainability in Education Reform

By Harriet Sanford
President & CEO
The NEA Foundation



"It's a question that's daunted educators for decades: Why haven't well-intentioned efforts to improve teaching and learning in our schools had the kind of impact we want and need? It's often called a failure of bringing reform to scale, but in

Is teaching multicultural texts enough to prepare students for modern world?

By Karen Toavs, a 2013 NEA Foundation-Pearson Foundation Global Learning Fellow and a member of the North Dakota Education Association


Searching for new and exciting ways to inspire student energy has always been an instructional focus of mine. The

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