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com)-- Virtual Education Software, inc (VESi) announced today that it has signed an agreement with the National Education Association (NEA) to provide graduate academic credit and professional development non-credit courses to the over three million NEA members nationally.
The National Education Association is rolling out the red carpet for a star-studded read-in to kick off the 16th annual Read Across America Day on Friday, March 1.
George Miller (D-CA), a ranking member of the committee; and Reg Weaver, president of the National Education Association.
While Tarbell's villain was Standard Oil, Brimelow's culprits are the National Education Association (NEA) and the American Federation of Teachers (AFT).
GAO finds no gains in privately run public schools," clucked a report by the National Education Association, the national teachers' union.
He chronicles epic struggles during the 19th and 20th centuries waged over textbook content by such organizations as the National Association of Manufacturers and the National Education Association, as well as veterans' groups and racial and ethnic associations, all of whom had differing interpretations of events and individuals in textbooks.
In 1892, Francis Bellamy was appointed by William Torrey Harris, president of the National Association of School Superintendents, to direct a National Celebration of the Public Schools for Columbus Day on behalf of the National Education Association (NEA).
The National Education Association is vigorously opposing this still-nameless legislation (currently attached to legislation funding the Labor, Health, and Human Services and Education Departments).