As the National Education Association sets legislative priorities for the year ahead, the NEA Legislative Committee is looking for input from members across the country. You are invited to share your thoughts on the issues NEA should advocate for before Congress during upcoming listening sessions.
During the sessions you will gain a deeper understanding of the NEA Legislative Program, how it guides NEA’s advocacy in Congress, and the process for how you can amend it. Committee members will also share real-time updates about what’s happening on Capitol Hill.
Register for one of the upcoming virtual sessions—all held 8-9 p.m. Eastern Time.
The NEA Legislative Program encapsulates members’ priorities for advocating in Congress for federal laws that support public K-12 schools and postsecondary institutions, student learning, and educators.
The NEA legislative program is set every year by members at the Representative Assembly, the primary legislative and policymaking body of NEA. Members propose, amend, and ultimately adopt every bullet point, setting the legislative priorities for the year.