The National Education Association's training program, See Educators Run, embodies the belief that one of the most effective ways to promote and protect public education is to encourage educators to run for public office.
McKinley High School teacher Shaun Kamida recently attended SEARAC's 20th annual Leadership and Advocating Training and shares his experience with us.
New Business Item (NBI) 64 proposed: "At the beginning of all NEA convenings, NEA will acknowledge the native people of whom this land originated." It passed without opposition.
Ten candidates sat down with NEA President Lily Eskelsen García and answered questions submitted by NEA members, including two teachers from Hawaii.
More than 100 delegates from the Hawaii State Teachers Association will take part in the largest democratic deliberative assembly in the world.