George Miller (D-CA), a ranking member of the committee; and Reg Weaver, president of the National Education Association.
What does NEA stand for?
NEA stands for National Education Association
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- North East One (UK)
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- Any Two Win
- Nokia Enhanced SNMP Solution Suite
- Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs (US Department of State)
- Nagano Employers' Association (Nagano, Japan)
- Naroff Economic Advisors
- National Economic Association
- National Editorial Association
- National Electrification Administration (Philippines)
- National Employment Association
- National Endowment for the Arts
- National Energy Act of 1978
- National Energy Administration (various locations)
- National Enterprise Academy (UK)
- National Environment Agency (Singapore)
- National Erectors Association
- Naval Exercise Area
- Near-Earth Asteroid
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Reg Weaver, president of the National Education Association, the union for millions of teachers, said the findings showed that public schools were 'doing an outstanding job' and that if the results had been favorable to private schools, 'there would have been press conferences and glowing statements about private schools.
While Tarbell's villain was Standard Oil, Brimelow's culprits are the National Education Association (NEA) and the American Federation of Teachers (AFT).
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.
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).
As the country's largest teachers union, the National Education Association, claims on its Web site (www.
Standards: A Historical Overview Seven major national standards for school libraries have evolved since those issued in 1920 by the National Education Association and the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools (Jones, 1982, p.