NEA Pushes LGBTQQ Agenda on Schools

Back to August 2013 Ed Reporter NEA Pushes LGBTQQ Agenda on Schools NEA Executive Director John Stocks urged delegates at the 2013 Convention to be “social justice patriots” who stand “with the LGBTQQ community against bigotry and for marriage equality.” … Continue reading

August 2013 Education Reporter

NEA Pushes LGBTQQ Agenda on Schools NEA: Dues Up, Membership Down Education Briefs National Education Association: Just Say No to Common Core Tests Book of the Month: Exam Schools: Inside America’s Most Selective Public High Schools Some NEA Resolutions Passed … Continue reading

NEA Membership Continues to Plummet

Back to August 2012 Ed Reporter NEA Membership Continues to Plummet Although 9,000 attended this year’s NEA convention, the union is still losing members at an unprecedented rate. This has forced the NEA to tighten its budget and decrease its … Continue reading

NEA Obama Rally Takes a Swipe at Romney

Back to August 2012 Ed Reporter NEA Obama Rally Takes a Swipe at Romney The National Education Association’s Representative Assembly took place July 1-5 in Washington, D.C. this year. The union’s 9,000 delegates spent the week discussing new resolutions, like … Continue reading

NEA vs. Paycheck Protection

Back to August 2012 Ed Reporter NEA vs. Paycheck Protection Every year, hundreds of thousands of teachers give their hard-earned money to political candidates and causes they may not even be able to identify. Teachers who object to this practice … Continue reading

The NEA Shows Its Politics

August 2012 The NEA Shows Its Politics Political conversation on the media is full of chatter about how to cut spending and debt, but it reminds us of the comment attributed to Mark Twain: Everybody talks about the weather but … Continue reading

The NEA Shows Its Politics

The NEA Shows Its Politics by Phyllis Schlafly August 1, 2012 Political conversation on the media is full of chatter about how to cut spending and debt, but it reminds us of the comment attributed to Mark Twain: Everybody talks … Continue reading