Student learning conditions are educator working conditions. That’s why it’s so important that educators have the right to advocate for better working conditions.
President Trump’s nominee for the Supreme Court Judge Gorsuch has consistently sided against workers. And that is just one reason why we are urging Senators to vote against his confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Join workers around the country for a national call in day – call your senators right now! Click here to get started.
A Court with Neil Gorsuch could be disastrous for public school students and educators, and for workers around the country.
By joining with educators and other working people around the country, you can send a strong message to your senators that protecting workers must be a top priority.
We can’t trust Neil Gorsuch to protect our rights. Make sure your senators hear from you today that Gorsuch is wrong for students, wrong for educators, wrong for workers, and wrong for the Supreme Court.
It just takes 2 minutes for you to call, and all our calls together can make the difference. Get all the info you need at this link.
Lily Eskelsen García
National Education Association
PS – Can’t make a call today? Call tomorrow! Or the next day! Your senators need to hear from you all the way up through the first hearing on March 20, and through the vote. So call any time you can.
Act Now: Tell your senators to vote NO on President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee
Speak Up Now!
Right now, there is a case before the Supreme Court that will decide whether schools have to support students with disabilities. It’s one of many education-related cases on the horizon.
As I’ve said before, nearly every big legal question that affects our nation’s students and educators eventually makes its way to the Supreme Court.
Hearings on President Trump’s nominee to the Supreme Court start in less than two weeks. And Judge Neil Gorsuch has a troubling record:
Gorsuch has repeatedly ruled against students with disabilities who seek public education.
He’s consistently sided with big business at the expense of working people.
He’s embraced views that could put workers’ rights in danger on issues like employment discrimination, worker safety, and wages and more.
Add your voice. Tell your senators to vote NO on Gorsuch.
NEA General Counsel
Cross Street teacher Charley Marenghi has been chosen Teacher of the Year by the Naugatuck Exchange Club. This achievement will be celebrated on Tuesday, March 14th at the Crystal Room. Tickets to the event are available at Cross Street Intermediate School or you can contact Maria Ryan or Jackie Mariano to purchase them. Ticket sales close on Friday, March 10th.
UPDATE: It’s official, due to the storm, the Naugatuck Exchange Club Community Champions Dinner has been moved to Wednesday Night.
Same times… Same Place.
Tickets are still available.
Click here to read about The Great Kindness Challenge at Andrew Avenue
Nearly every big legal question that affects our nation’s students and educators eventually makes its way to the Supreme Court. It’s essential that we know any new Justice will protect students, and stand up for public education.
But Neil Gorsuch, President Trump’s nominee, has a track record that suggests he’ll be dangerous for students and educators. With everything that’s at stake, we must stop Gorsuch.
Sign the petition. Tell your senators to vote no on Gorsuch.
Gorsuch is wrong for students, wrong for educators, and wrong for the Supreme Court. Add your name, and demand your senators vote no on Gorsuch.
NEA General Counsel
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