- Hispanic Education: Background, Teaching Resources, Issues, & Scholarships
Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month
- Leading Civil Rights Organizations Unite to Fight Childhood Obesity
- You Asked, ‘Get That Education!’
Desegregation pioneer Sylvia Mendez speaks out.
- Working With Migrant Students
A national imperative for Head Start students and families
- New Faces of Leadership in the Asian American and Pacific Islander Community
NEA hosts conference organized by APIAVote on the increasing importance of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in public office
- Undocumented Students Walk the "Trail of Dreams"
Thousands of students each year cannot go to college because they are undocumented. Now they are organizing, with the support of their teachers, for a better future
- Welcoming ELL Parents Into Your Classroom
Yes, you can get parents of English Language Learners involved. It just takes the right invitation.
Our Long Proud History of Advocacy
The National Education Association has a long, proud history of advocating for its members
Building Broad Support for Public Education
NEA members believe that every child in the United States deserves a quality education, regardless of background, race, ethnicity, or immigration status.
Closing Gaps in Student Achievement
Despite classroom gains made over the last several years, gaps in academic achievement persist.
NEA's Ethnic Minority Caucuses and their participation in the NEA Ethnic Minority Affairs Committee represents the interests and issues of their communities.
Minority Community Outreach: About Us
The face of American public education is rapidly changing. Today, ethnic minority students comprise nearly 40 percent of the population in our nation's schools.