Leadership development is key to helping educators tap into their innate potential and acquire the knowledge and skills needed for the 21st Century. The NEA Leadership Competency Framework is just one of the many resources developed for educators to assist them in leading relevant, thriving Associations and becoming world-class education leaders.
To help spark curiosity, wonder and discovery—the things that
engage us in learning—I encourage educators to provoke more student inquiry. If students are asking more questions, and you work with them as part of a team to discover the answers to their questions together, they will be more engaged in their learning journey.
As educators, parents and students across the nation continue to advocate for more public school funding, the gaps in resources available to students continue to widen. One major area of concern getting more attention over the past few years is the scarcity of mental health resources in schools.