The National Education Association – the nation’s largest teachers union – has decided against an effort to “re-dedicate itself to the pursuit of increased student learning in every public school in America by putting a renewed emphasis on quality education.”
Tammy Smith of Arkansas recently proposed New Business Item 2 at the NEA’s 2019 Representative Assemblyto ensure “NEA will make student learning the priority of the organization.”
The proposal seemed pretty straight forward for an association of well over 1 million educators who are presumably dedicated to the students they serve in schools across the nation. With the NEA’s slogan of “Great Public Schools for Every Student,” the proposal would seem like a slam dunk.
“NEA will not waiver
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