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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.
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VESi partners with over 90 colleges, universities and educational organizations to offer its undergraduate, graduate and continuing professional courses to education professionals nationwide and internationally, however, National Education Association members will be able to take these courses for a significantly reduced registration fee due to this new partnership agreement.
31 March 2014 -- North Carolina US-based Bank of America (NYSE: BAC) and US professional employee organisation the National Education Association have announced the long-term renewal of their agreement to offer NEA-branded credit card products to NEA members.
Dennis Van Roekel, President of the National Education Association
The National Education Association believes that any proposal that calls for the consolidation/deconsolidation of districts should be brought forth by locally elected school boards of affected districts.
Clearly, parents are concerned about the increase in serious health conditions being caused by staph infections that have been impacting schools around the nation," said Jerald Newberry, executive director, National Education Association Health Information Network.
A news release from the National Education Association (NEA) says that the necessity for teacher diversity is often overlooked rather than accepted as central to school reform, and the logistics of the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act continue to create significant barriers to recruiting teachers of color.
BETWEEN THE LINES: The Democrats and the largest union in the country, the National Education Association, now feign dismay over the federal web of rules and regulations that always accompanies federal funding.
The National Education Association Foundation offers Arts@Work, which enable arts specialists and their partners to develop career-relevant curricula that integrate arts education standards with technology standards.
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.
Both Reed and VRG's Co-Director, Debra Wasserman, were interviewed by the National Education Association for a story on vegetarian children, which will appear in the April 2001 issue of NEA Today.
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).
ELECTED: Michael Chiumento, a gay music teacher in the Plymouth-Canton school district in Michigan, as cochair of the gay and lesbian caucus of the National Education Association, effective September 1,

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