July 11, 2016
Direct Links to All NEA Representative Assembly 2016 Blog Posts. In case you didn’t follow along all last week with EIA’s gavel-to-gavel coverage of the 2016 National Education Association Representative Assembly from Washington DC, here are the direct links to each post, in chronological order. Enjoy!
Imaginary Numbers – A glorious victory on the Malabar front!
California Dreamin’ – Don’t open charter schools. Don’t close them, either.
Extremely Careless or Politically Shrewd? – Presidential candidates always include one line that inspires booing.
The Value of Experience – It pays to know when to take a break.
Hold My Wallet – A revolutionary idea quietly fades away.
NEA Endorses Hillary (84.1%) – Margin beats Obama’s, trails previous candidates. This was the first time the potential endorsee addressed the delegates right before the vote.
Delegates Plan to Live on Deserted Island – Let’s only talk to people who agree with us.
New Recruits – NEA will do anything to appeal to young members… as long as it doesn’t involve letting them make their own decisions.
NEA Remains With #TeachStrong – Who’s using whom?
Delegates Solve Problem of Failing Schools – How about double-plus needs improvement?
Charter War Escalation Delayed – Not quite yet “an existential threat to public schools,” but maybe next year.
News Flash – Miracle.
Refer Madness – Or how to fit 10 pounds of crap into a 5 pound bag.
Not a Bundle of Laughs – NEA committees are going to be pretty busy next school year.