SupportEd is a leading voice for educators, providing the essential tools, resources and support to help you as an educator. It delivers the best professional supports and development opportunities, articles, events and communities from across the universe of NEA online properties:
NEA.org is the heart of all of our online properties. This site provides information about the association and education issues and policy. NEA.org also provides resources for educators help them succeed in their career and in the classroom.
Each day, NEA Today brings you the latest take on what’s happening in the world of education news. Learn more about NEA advocacy on key issues facing our members and read what those members have to say about the current events that affect them. Also, check out features about NEA educators in the news and our tips for the must-read stories of the day.
Education Votes engages and recruits activists in the fight for public education, higher education and strengthening the middle class. Readers will find timely coverage of state and national politics, legislation and events that affect schools, and ways they can advocate for students, educators, and their communities.
My School, My Voice includes resources and information on how teachers can make the most out of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). It provides up-to-date news on the federal education law and how it affects their classrooms and their students.
NEA Member Benefits helps enhance the lives of NEA members and their families through advocacy, service, and information. They work with each and every member to find the best solutions to meet their needs. NEA Member Benefits strives to help all members increase their economic security through financial services, insurance programs and investment advice. They also offer resources designed to help educators in the classroom–from professional development services to discounts on instructional materials.
EdCommunities is a place to connect, collaborate, engage, and share with other educators. Joining NEA edCommunities means sharing your commitment and dedication through an open exchange of strengths and resources with thousands of other education professionals. Free and open to all, NEA edCommunities requires visitors to register.
Other sources of content include:
- NEA’s state affiliates
- Events being promoted around professional development, issue engagement, classroom management, and much more
- NEA Early Career Educators