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How To Reflect and Recharge When Things Go Wrong

If your planning and preprations got off-course last semester, you CAN get back on track.     

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Handling Disruptive Students

By Peter Lorain, retired high school teacher and middle school principal, Beaverton, Oregon

They're back from Winter break and full of energy - the disruptive kind. Classroom management is a daunting challenge, so here's some great advice to help you keep the peace until June.     

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The Best of Works4Me: Parent-Teacher Conferences

Editor's Picks from Works4Me E-Newsletter

Parent-teacher conferences can help you avoid problems, conflicts and power struggles with students' families. Here are our favorite tips to get you prepared!


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You Will Relax!

By: NEA Staff

How do you relax at this hectic time of year and keep the kids off the ceiling? Here's some advice we've gathered to keep everyone calm until June - especially you.


NEA edCommunities

NEA's edCommunities is a place where teachers, parents, school support professionals, and community members share ideas and resources to improve student success. It is free and open to all!


Demanding Support for Claims
Reformers have used and abused misinformation, false claims, exaggerations, and even fabrications ito promote reforms such as high-stakes testing, merit pay, charter schools, Value-Added Model (VAM), and Common Core State Standards (CCSS), and Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC). Check out these NEA resources to help you demand academic truth.