NEA


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NEA

abbr.
1. National Education Association
2. National Endowment for the Arts
3. near-Earth asteroid

NEA

or N.E.A.,

1. National Education Association.
2. National Endowment for the Arts.
References in classic literature ?
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With nearly $17 billion in cumulative committed capital since inception, NEA invests in technology and healthcare companies at all stages in a company's lifecycle, from seed stage through IPO.
We've partnered with the NEA for more than 30 years, and we look forward to continuing to deliver valuable credit card products and services to its members well into the next decade.
We're standing up for children, whose parents are saying, 'No more' to costly federal regulations that drain money from classrooms and spend it on paperwork, bureaucracy, and big test companies," NEA President Reg Weaver states in a release.
The survey sample comprises more than 17,000 individuals, and the NEA said its report was one of the most comprehensive polls of art and literature consumption ever found.
This position angers many teachers, who believe that the NEA should not be involved in the abortion debate.
Union leaders in those days rarely wrote essays, still less felicitous, thoughtful analysis of public policies' Today every leader with some institutional money, including the presidents of the NEA and the AFT, seems to have a paid column, but none reads like Shanker's "Where We Stand.
Bath says the NEA has given local utilities "the opportunity to have a broader-perspective of the environment and the region in which they are active.
At issue was a yearlong study intended to develop an NEA response to charter schools, one appropriate for 2001.
The Democrats, on the other hand, state specifically in their platform that, as a national party, they support the NEA.
Hughes, a New York performance artist, was penalized for having allegedly stuck her hand up her vagina--a gesture that, however mutually rewarding for audience and performer, occurred during a federally funded performance, which the NEA felt violated its obscenity rules.