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Pa. Teacher Elected NEA Leader

Becky Pringle, a physical science teacher from Pennsylvania and PSEA member, was elected vice president of the National Education Association, the nation's largest union of public education employees.   More »

Member Spotlight: James Bishop

For James Bishop, education has always been a huge part of life. And he wants to do everything he can to make sure public education in Pennsylvania is on the right track.

 

Malvern teacher Nikki Salvatico to receive NEA award for teaching excellence

Nikki Salvatico, a first-grade teacher at General Wayne Elementary School in Malvern, Pa., and president of the local EA, will join 38 of her colleagues from across the country to be honored with one of public education’s most prestigious awards.  More »

7/15/2014


Socioeconomic Status and Brain Development: From Science to Policy

We know that kids from poor families often perform less well in school. With her research, Dr. Martha J. Farah looked to determine what parts of brain development are affected by a child’s experience growing up in poverty.  More »

6/5/2014


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