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NEA

abbr.
1. National Education Association
2. National Endowment for the Arts
3. near-Earth asteroid
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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.
The National Education Association is represents 3m K-12 educators, higher education faculty, education support professionals, school administrators, retired educators and students preparing to become educators.
It is true that teachers' unions have been and remain a critical bastion of support for Democrats, and the National Education Association voted to endorse Obama's re-election more than a year ago.
In 1918 the National Education Association (NEA), having engaged in twenty-five years of curriculum study, released the Cardinal Principles of Secondary Education (hereafter referred to as Cardinal Principles).
The American Association of School Librarians (AASL) has been awarded $520,000 by the Dollar General Literacy Foundation to continue "Beyond Words: The Dollar General School Library Relief Program." The program, which functions in association with the National Education Association, defrays the cost of replacing or supplementing books, media, or equipment in the public school library.
Edward "Terry" Shumaker, a labor and employment attorney m New Hampshire who most recently served as executive director and general counsel of the National Education Association in New Hampshire, has joined Bernstein Shur as a shareholder in its Manchester office.
The National Education Association (NEA), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and The Soap and Detergent Association (SDA) are speaking out on the importance of proper and effective personal hygiene and surface cleaning practices.
National Education Association (www.nea.org/schoolsafety)
He is the president of the Ohio Association of Agricultural Educators and he is also a member the National Education Association.
* Online course content should be subject to the normal process of collegial decision-making (National Education Association, 2006);
More than 6 million students with disabilities are enrolled in public schools (National Education Association, n.d.), and growing numbers are being included in general education classrooms (Sciarra, 2004).
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.'"

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