nea Women's Caucus

Historic Election!

This past July, delegates to the NEA Representitive Assemlby elected

three minority women to lead the largest labor union in the nation.

Picutred at right are Becky Pringle (Vice-President), Lily Eskelsen-Garcia

(President), and Princess Moss (Secretary/Treasurer).

To read more about this historic election, click here

Our Role as Educators-Girl’s Pathways to Leadership Webinar

Tuesday, September 30, 2014 7:00 pm EST
Featuring Lily Eskelsen Garcia, NEA President, Panel of Teacher Practitioners, plus US and International Experts

Are you a local union leader interested in engaging your members about girls’ leadership in schools? Are you looking for opportunities to get your members engaged with newly-elected NEA President Lily Eskelsen Garcia? Join NEA for a call to discuss girls in leadership, led by one of our nation’s most influential women leaders, our NEA president, Lily Eskelsen Garcia.  This free webinar will be held on Tuesday, September 30 at 7 pm EST.

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Did you know:  

  • Fewer girls take leadership roles as they move from middle to high school and into higher education?

  • Sweden has led in shaping gender fair schools in Latin America, Africa and Asia?

  • In every country, gender equity in education and girls’ leadership is a hot topic?

  • You can take action in your classroom to open girl’s pathways to leadership!

 Value for Me?

  • Tips to facilitate learning environments that foster girls’ leadership.

  • Immediate access to new research on educator perspectives about girls’ leadership from NEA, AAUW, and the Center for Information & Research on Civic Learning and Engagement.

  • Insights from international innovations and challenges.

  • Activities for students which build global understanding and advocacy.