Time For 20, Nevada

It’s time to adequately fund public education in Nevada. It’s time to respect and retain our experienced educators. It’s Time for 20. With an unprecedented shortage of educators to teach our kids and make our schools run, Time for 20 means: A 20% increase in educator pay. At least $20/hour […]

NEA-SN Nomination Form (2023)

Nomination Form NOTE: Nominations may be submitted electronically to Lisa Toth at [email protected] no later than February 17, 2023 at 4:30 p.m. Candidates may als o print the nomination form and turn it into the NSEA office no later than February 17, 2023 at 4:30 p.m. Candidates will be allowed […]

Summer Office Hours

Due to COVID restrictions still in place, and in an abundance of caution, we will have reduced office hours for this summer.  If you need to speak to us in person for any reason, please drop by during these hours: Thursday, July 1: 10am to 3pm Friday, July 2: 10am to […]

Fix 543

Education funding in Nevada is broken. We need to fix 543 to improve schools for every Nevada student. With the two meetings of the Nevada Education Funding Commission having been held, our work has begun! We need to make sure they continue to hear our voice. SB543, amending Nevada’s education […]

Professional Development

Through the Nevada State Education Association and National Education Association, NEA of Southern Nevada has numerous opportunities for professional development. Click the links below to check them all out! National Board Certification Micro-Credentials Early Career Learning Labs Teacher Education and Licensure 

#BlackforEd? We need you!

We need you to stand with us! We think we have problems in Clark County School District (CCSD)? We think it cannot get any worse? Think again. We need to take ACTION NOW! As we watch our brothers and sisters ride the waves from their victories into what should be […]

Know Your Contract!

Throughout the 2018-2019 school year, NEA-SN saw an increase in investigatory meetings and disciplinary actions that were exaggerated and exacerbated by administrative subjectivity. We have found that educators that know their contracts, their rights, and their professional responsibilities per the Clark County School District (CCSD) regulations and policies found themselves […]

NEPF: Making It Work For You

Towards the end of the 2018-2019 school year, I found that many teachers were left a little unsettled by what they had earned on their NEPF teacher evaluations for the school year. Many teachers found themselves at a loss as to the scores they received, feeling not as valued and […]