Overwhelming interest leads to second session

NEA’s national webinar, “Safely Returning to In-Person Instruction,” set for July 10 at 3 p.m. quickly reached its capacity of 20,000 participants. But the good news is that, because of the heavy interest, NEA has scheduled a second session for those who were unable to get into the first.

It will be held on Friday, July 17 at 3 p.m. The RSVP is below. Register now before capacity is again reached.

Schools, districts, and colleges are busy making plans for what instruction will look like in the fall. When school buildings and campuses reopen, the health and safety of students and educators must be a top priority. What rights do you have as an educator when schools return to in-person instruction? How can you advocate for your health and safety and that of your students?

Join NEA for “Safely Returning to In-Person Instruction: Rights and Considerations for Educator” with Alice O’Brien, NEA General Counsel and Dale Templeton, NEA Director of Collective Bargaining and Member Advocacy on Friday, July 17 at 3 p.m.

RSVP at https://bit.ly/NEASafelyReturningWebinar

They’ll discuss:

  • Recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and other health experts.
  • Educator rights related to accommodations, leave, and liability waivers.
  • What educators and NEA affiliates can do to advocate for safe, healthy schools and campuses.

When you register, please submit any questions you may have about your rights or other considerations.

Related Articles

Send this to a friend