The NEA is stepping up its game with new ads designed to protect some vulnerable Democrats.
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October 13, 2010
October 06, 2010
The NEA is putting its formidable get-out-the-vote and campaigning efforts behind five high-priority U.S. Senate races and 22 House races.
July 02, 2009
The Education Secretary took on some of the prized benefits of being a teacher: tenure, the salary schedule, and union protection.
June 30, 2009
From guest blogger Lesli A. Maxwell So, there's less than 12 hours to go before New York City's mayoral control law expires, and the New York Senate remains in utter chaos, with few signs that sanity will prevail fast enough for members to settle on who is in charge of that chamber and to actually ...
June 17, 2009
AFT President Randi Weingarten has written about the need for national academic standards and testified about it on Capitol Hill. But, in a wide-ranging interview with Edweek reporters yesterday, she was less than enthusiastic about Secretary of Education Arne Duncan's proposal to use a portion of...
June 15, 2009
But she doesn't mention Education Secretary Arne Duncan by name.
May 12, 2009
Secretary of Education Arne Duncan has a new teacher quality adviser ... and he's got a foot in both the merit pay and union camps. Brad Jupp is formerly a senior policy adviser to Denver-schools-superintendent-turned-U.S.-Senator Michael Bennet. In that role, he worked on school and district pe...
March 12, 2009
Education secretary Arne Duncan has hired an Illinois union official to be a senior adviser.
March 03, 2009
Randi Weingarten, the new president of the AFT and Dennis Van Roekel, the new president of the NEA, discuss whether $115 billion in education fund "changes the conversation" on renewing the law.
January 20, 2009
If you're on the Mall waiting for the inaugural parade, or planning to catch it on TV from the warmth of your living rooms, keep your eyes peeled for hats, gloves, and scarves bearing the National Education Association's logo.