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Congratulations to Ms. Briana Gonzalez and her 2nd grade class at Hawthorne Elementary! They are the winners of our 2019 Bulletin Board Contest and a $100 Target Gift Card! ... See moreSee less

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Did you know IEA offers SCORE Grants to early career educators and their local associations to collaborate and create opportunities for community service projects or school projects?

How to apply:
✅ Be an IEA member working in a certified or ESP position in your first 10 years at any IEA local is eligible to apply for a SCORE grant!
✅ Not in your first 10 years? Recruit an early career certified or ESP member to join the project!
✅ Apply by January 15 at ieanea.org/score/
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1 day ago

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“I definitely think we’re having more conversations about social justice in education. It was talked about in my masters in education program, but it’s talked about more now. At the same time, I’m at the point and I know others are at the point where it’s like, 'Okay, I’m just talking. Let’s do something now.'

Advocating for social and racial justice in education has made me more aware of the big and small and nuanced ways that I have been oppressing students, because I have been going with the status quo, going with the system. I’ve learned ways I can be more inclusive, create safer spaces where students feel affirmed and valued. I am also more focused on and cherish relationships with students and educator-to-educator relationships as well.

When you are bringing in multiple voices and experiences, when students have more texts and more things to think critically between and across and through and about, I know that I am giving my students a more effective education."

- Josh Thompson, Virginia Education Association
High School English Teacher
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3 days ago

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🎧NEW PODCAST ALERT! 🎉 This week, we're discussing how educators of color can define their own career paths, and how becoming National Board certified helped one teacher go further than she thought possible. This is a good one 👇🏾
neatoday.org/podcast/how-educators-of-color-can-define-their-own-path/?utm_medium=social&utm_camp...
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