Posts Tagged ‘teachers unions’

NEA has 99 problems, but a pitch ain’t one

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WASHINGTON, D.C.In front of me is an internal National Education Association document detailing the compiled results of a brainstorming session of the union’s state affiliate leaders and representatives.
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Recent data shows per-pupil spending decreased in 2011

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By Mike Antonucci
EIAonline

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The effects of the recession hit K-12 public education a lot later than the rest of the economy, with the nation’s school systems recording their first decrease in per-pupil spending since the U.S. Census Bureau began tracking that data in 1977.
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