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The Association of American Educators (AAE) is the largest national, non-union, professional educators' organization, advancing the profession by offering a modern approach to teacher representation and educational advocacy, as well as promoting professionalism, collaboration and excellence without a partisan agenda.



AAE Coronavirus Response

We have the utmost confidence in the women and men who serve our nation’s students. Their professionalism and dedication will shine. Commit to priortizing the well-being of all of our children as we work through these disruptions together.






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AAE Grant Funds Science Kit

posted by Tamia | July 28, 2020, 06:01 pm

This week’s guest blog is from Jacqueline Fawaz. Jacqueline was one of our Spring 2020 National Scholarship & Grant recipients. Like many educators around the world, she had to quickly shift the focus of her grant as schools began to close. She writes: 

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Summer Reset

posted by Eli Rolfes

Schools and families need a reset over the summer.

Every student, teacher, parent, and administrator has experienced a tumultuous spring semester, and we all need to take time for self-care. Many of the systems districts and teachers are using were designed hastily, and they should take advantage of the summer break to gather input from families and ensure that students are being served appropriately. It is incumbent on schools to offer summer learning opportunities in a way that respects what families are experiencing.

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An AAE grant advances the classroom

posted by Tamia | July 21, 2020, 03:40 pm

Today's guest blog was written by Ms. Samantha Vargas, an English language teacher from New Jersey.

 

My students needed more access to culturally representative books. I teach at a charter school in Jersey City, New Jersey that has a large percentage of students who qualify for the free and reduced lunch program. Therefore, it is my goal to cultivate the reading community I’m building. However, I cannot do this without a current classroom library that caters to the different ability levels and interests in my classes. I have been purchasing books for my kids, but it is not enough for all of my students and the process is slow, often one book at a time. 

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