Here's what the National Education Association's new business does—and doesn't—do.
Clinton reassures the National Education Association that it will have a partner in the White House if she's elected.
The NEA approved its first item of new business, promising to work to overturn legislation critics say discriminates against transgender students.
The latest tally of the NEA's membership indicates it has just under 3 million members—about 2.98 million.
Read updates on some of the union's spending on ballot initiatives and grants for local affiliates.
EdWeek coverage of the National Education Association's annual convention begins July 3.
Teachers at the first charter school in New Orleans to unionize ratify their first contract.
The Supreme Court has announced that it will not hear the Friedrichs case against mandatory union dues, but several new cases are in the pipeline.
Teachers coming from alternative programs leave the profession at higher rates than their traditionally certified peers, and that gap is growing, a study finds.
Many teacher-prep programs that certify early educators don't spend much time on skills most relevant to working with young children, a review by the National Council on Teacher Quality concludes.