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What is NEA-Alaska?

NEA-Alaska is an advocate for an excellent public education for each child in Alaska and works to advance the interests of public school employees.

NEA-Alaska, an affiliate of the National Education Association, is an organization of 13,000+ members who work in Alaska’s public schools.

Whether it’s in a crowded urban classroom or a remote community in rural Alaska with only one school, we all aim to accomplish the same task: provide an excellent public education for every child in Alaska. Please join us in our journey.

What really happens at a school during the summer “break”

This blog post by NEA President Lily Eskelsen García was [...]

Check your certification

If you’re planning to renew your teaching certificate, please do [...]

Bethel educator named NEA Global Learning Fellow

Congratulations to Norman Ayagalria, an English & language arts and [...]

I was elected as the faculty speaker for graduation. Nine days later I was laid off.

By Rebecca Haviland, U.S. Government Teacher & NEA-Alaska Member On [...]

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NEA Directors’ Newsletter

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Lean on me: How mentors help first-year teachers

By Mary Ellen Flannery Originally published in neaToday Jennifer Susin remembers her first days as a Brevard County, Fla., kindergarten [...]

8 ways teachers can use summer to build public speaking and presentation skills

By Chad Donohue Originally published on neaToday When classes end for the summer, many of us may lose momentum and develop [...]

Help for reluctant tech users

"Whether you’re learning new cyber skills or helping your colleagues get more tech saavy, here are some tips to earn [...]

Stress management

Originally published in NEA Healthy Futures Stress is something that can be hard to define because everybody experiences it and [...]

Promoting physical fitness

Classroom Resources that Reinforce the Benefits of Physical Fitness Get active, stay fit and have fun doing it with sports, [...]

From the President’s Desk

Incoming president Tim Parker

Education will suffer with further budget cuts

By Tim Parker, NEA-Alaska President Originally published in the Alaska Journal of Commerce It’s often said that teachers hold the future in their hands, but this year in Alaska, it’s the Legislature that will decide [...]

Longevity crucial to teachers’ impact in classroom

"While school is in session, students spend about 30 hours in the classroom every week. That’s more than 1,000 hours [...]

Different year, same story: Juneau schools wait for a budget

"Juneau schools Superintendent Mark Miller is sitting at his computer and he’s about to watch the House Majority Coalition explain [...]

Laid off teachers in limbo as legislature debates state budget

"Two hundred twenty five teachers received layoff notices this year from the Anchorage School District, and until lawmakers in Juneau [...]

Seven youth, one from Nome, win University of Alaska scholarship for aspiring teachers

"Seven Alaskan high schoolers, three of them from western Alaska, were awarded the first-ever Teach for Alaska Presidential Scholarship on Friday. The [...]

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