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The victories include:
The NEA gloated over the defeat in California of what it called "anti-worker legislation," the Paycheck Protection Act, claiming that this initiative (Proposition 226) "would have silenced NEA member voices in the political arena."
The NEA pledged to continue to advance its Quality Public Schools Agenda, which includes the following five goals: safety and order in every school; every child ready to learn; every school building in good condition; every student's classroom connected to new technologies; and a quality, state-certified/licensed teacher in every classroom.