Behind the Headline: Understanding NEA’s Current Membership Numbers



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Behind the Headline
Same Old, Same Old
Education Next |Winter 2009

The National Education Association has roughly 3 million members, but it is tough to come up with an exact number. Stephen Sawchuk tries to sort through the data in his latest dispatch from the NEA’s convention in Atlanta, which goes from July 2-6.

In the Winter 2009 issue of Ed Next, Linda Seebach wrote about the future of the NEA and the AFT, which had just named new presidents.

In the Winter 2012 issue of Ed Next, Jay Greene and Rick Kahlenberg debated whether collective bargaining for teachers is good for students.

-Education Next




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