These tables contain the financial figures for NEA and each of its 53 “state” affiliates (50 states plus the directly affiliated Federal Education Association, which represents NEA teachers overseas and on military bases, the University of Hawaii Professional Assembly, and the Utah School Employees Association). The first table includes each union’s dues revenues, revenues from sources other than members’ state dues (advertising income from union publications, grants from NEA, et al.), and the amount devoted to employee compensation. The second table contains each affiliate’s budget deficit or surplus and its net assets, positive or negative, as of the end of the 2011-12 school year. For purposes of comparison, the table also lists the number of days each affiliate could operate solely on reserves based on its 2011-12 expenditures and net assets.
NEA Affiliate Finances
Written By: Mike Antonucci