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South Carolina Education Association’s Finances

Amid perennially falling membership numbers, the South Carolina Education Association survives on the more than $800,000 in subsidies from NEA national headquarters. Total membership – 9,239, down 154 Total revenue – $2.2 million (63% came from member dues), up $1,000 Budget surplus – $100,000 Net assets – $1 million Total staff – 23 Staff salaries and benefits – $1.2 […]

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NEA Rhode Island’s Finances

Here are the figures for NEA Rhode Island. Total membership – 11,216, up 424 Total revenue – $4.4 million (82% came from member dues), down $28,000 Budget deficit – $210,000 Net assets – $3.3 million Total staff – 30 Staff salaries and benefits – $3.3 million Highest paid employee – Robert Walsh, executive director, $261,012 base salary […]

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Pennsylvania State Education Association’s Finances

The Pennsylvania State Education Association pays for living quarters for two of its executive officers. Total membership – 181,022, down 4,574 Total revenue – $68.2 million (89% came from member dues), down $450,000 Budget surplus – $4.5 million Net assets – $24.7 million Total staff – 281 Staff salaries and benefits – $48.4 million Highest paid employee – John […]

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No Silver Linings

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Oregon Education Association’s Finances

The Oregon Education Association was able to get its financial problems under control by cutting labor costs by $4.3 million. Total membership – 40,376, down 1,029 Total revenue – $21.6 million (83% came from member dues), up $350,000 Budget surplus – $110,000 Net assets – $16.2 million Total staff – 136 Staff salaries and benefits – $14.6 million […]

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Oklahoma Education Association’s Finances

The Oklahoma Education Association has lost almost one-fifth of its membership over the last 10 years. Total membership – 22,307, down 925 Total revenue – $6.7 million (75% came from member dues), down $270,000 Budget deficit – $50,000 Net assets – $1.7 million Total staff – 53 Staff salaries and benefits – $3.8 million Highest paid employee – […]

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Ohio Education Association’s Finances

The Ohio Education Association has $24 million set aside to pay post-retirement health care costs for former employees. Unfortunately, its post-retirement health care liabilities total almost $45 million. Total membership – 118,683, down 2,294 Total revenue – $60.9 million (89% came from member dues), down $4.3 million Budget deficit – $5.3 million Net assets – $25.9 million Total […]

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