Thursday, May 26, 2016
Publications by the National Education Association
Britton Devier serves as a teacher and high school athletics coach in Phenix City, Alabama. Holding a doctor of education from Liberty University, Britton Devier is also a member of numerous professional organizations, such as the National Education Association (NEA).
The NEA is made up of more than 3 million education professionals, from preschool teachers to post-graduate students, across the United States. The association offers a number of publications that cover a range of topics relevant to past and present educators.
NEA Today magazine explores teaching challenges and offers expertise and solutions. Published four times a year, NEA Today examines the political and legal aspects of education, discusses necessary services such as special education, and shares current news stories. The publication offers different versions for future educators and retirees.
Higher Education Advocate, another NEA publication, is published five times a year. It supplies teachers in post-secondary institutions with resources and research specific to their work, exploring topics such as office hours, student debt, and campus life.
A third publication, Thought and Action, is a peer-reviewed journal with practical and theoretical news and information geared toward higher education. An issue published in the winter of 2015 explored diversity and social justice.