Education Intelligence Agency

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Public education research, analysis and investigations

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Wicomico Postscript

[...] against a hostile union. It won’t be pleasant, but it’s the only way to succeed. Recent Intercepts. EIA’s daily blog, Intercepts, covered these topics September 23-29: *  Colorado [...]

Balance Your Budget the NYSUT Way!

[...] on having enough citizens who spend less than they earn. That well is running dry. Recent Intercepts. EIA’s daily blog, Intercepts, covered these topics September 16-22: *  The [...]

NEA Membership Numbers Accelerate Downward

[...] to one conclusion. Though the economy has improved, NEA’s membership outlook has not. Recent Intercepts. EIA’s daily blog, Intercepts, covered these topics September 30-October 6: *  Non- [...]

NEA’s Super PAC Goes on “Grassroots” Shopping Spree

[...] flow of revenue each year makes it a simple matter to borrow whatever it might need. Recent Intercepts. EIA’s daily blog, Intercepts, covered these topics October 7-14: *  Flash! NEA Not Planning [...]

Compromise(d)

[...] October 20, 2014 Compromise(d). State affiliates of the National Education Association have always battled Republican office-holders. The most significant change in [...]

Building Rep Launches Coup at Maryland NEA Local

[...] local to disaffiliate from the Maryland State Education Association (MSEA) and the National Education Association. The issues were the usual ones in such cases – the local officers felt an [...]

Teachers Unions’ Last Chance to Repopulate Ranks of Friendly Governors

[...] . The big question on everyone’s minds, including the powers-that-be at the National Education Association and the American Federation of Teachers, is whether the Democratic Party can [...]

Free Lunch, Free Margaritas and Free Rein

[...] was a free lunch program of a different sort at the DC eatery called Oyamel, where National Education Association president Lily Eskelsen Garcia held a party for her book Rabble Rousers, the proceeds [...]

School’s Out, But Teacher Union Stories Are In

[...] Rob McKay, heir to the Taco Bell fortune. *  Politico went with “The fall of teachers unions,” a headline which cheesed off NEA president Dennis Van Roekel so much he [...]

2014 Election: Not Waterloo, But Elba

November 10, 2014 2014 Election: Not Waterloo, But Elba. Now that we have let the results of last Tuesday’s midterm election sit for a spell, and h [...]

2014 Election Pre-Mortem

[...] . EIA’s daily blog, Intercepts, covered these topics October 28-November 3: *  Teachers Unions and the War Within. One union, two audiences, two messages. *  Who Needs Union Votes [...]

The Old Get Old and the Young Get Stronger

November 24, 2014 The Old Get Old and the Young Get Stronger. Last year I reported on some demographic information the National Education Association [...]

NEA to Send $750,000 to NYSUT… for Common Core Implementation

[...] February 18, 2014 NEA to Send $750,000 to NYSUT… for Common Core Implementation. Three weeks ago I thought NEA’s Common Core policy had reached the depths [...]

NEA Can’t Deliver Common Message on Common Core

[...] January 27, 2014 NEA Can’t Deliver Common Message on Common Core. It is the established policy of the National Education Association that the Common Core State [...]

NEA Survey Shows Growing Member Opposition to Common Core

[...] May 19, 2014 NEA Survey Shows Growing Member Opposition to Common Core. The combined Left-Right opposition to the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) has drawn [...]

Special Quote of the Week Issue

[...] ’s just another case when I was naive – I thought people who spoke out against the Common Core would be people who read the Common Core.” – Bill Gates, addressing criticism of [...]

Seven Not-So-Fun Facts About the Costs of Public Education

[...] April 22, 2013 Seven Not-So-Fun Facts About the Costs of Public Education. I was in the midst of writing this for posting on Income Tax Day when last Monday’s tragedy [...]

Former High-Ranking NEA Staffer Speaks Out on Union’s Direction

[...] enemies of public education or the unions. Granted, there are those who want to privatize education and do away with the [...]

No Silver Linings

[...] corruption related to kickbacks he allegedly accepted. The charges were not related to public education, but Silver is “always a strong and constructive ally for the union” and “a friend in [...]

What Happened to Eddie Tech?

[...] in financing technology, infrastructure, and other purposes to improve the quality of public education. In lieu of interest, borrower will pay risk premium of 0.0004 percent of certain [...]

When It Comes to Union Legal Services, Read the Fine Print

[...] what happens (or doesn’t) as a result.” – Leslie C. Francis, former staffer for the California Teachers Association and former executive director of the Democratic National Committee. (July 30 [...]

Ohio Education Association President Delivers “The Brutal Truth”

[...] . Higgins went on to tell of the impending agency fee case, Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association. NEA affiliates across the country are trying to prepare for life after agency [...]

Coverage of the NEA Representative Assembly Begins July 2

[...] it in the classroom, not for hoarding it.” – Mike Myslinski, spokesman for the California Teachers Association, after Democrats inserted into the state budget a provision that limits the amount of [...]

The Elusive Militant Incumbent

[...] : Current UTLA president A.J. Duffy is moving on to run for the vice presidency of the California Teachers Association. Mail-in balloting is taking place for his successor, and eight candidates are [...]

Financial Status of All NEA State Affiliates

[...] December 1, 2014 Financial Status of All NEA State Affiliates. In-depth analysis will follow in the weeks to come, but for now here is the table [...]

Official NEA State Affiliate Membership Numbers for 2013

[...] over the next two years. The short-term outlook is relatively simple. Virtually all NEA state affiliates suffered over the last four years, but those that avoided heavy losses will soon resume [...]

California Teachers Association State Council At Work

[...] communities being served. The item was referred to the union’s board of directors. NEA state affiliates of similar size have similar structure and procedures. As I come across such material in [...]

Pension Predicament: 14 NEA Affiliates Have Almost $700 Million in Unfunded Liab...

[...] Intelligence Agency analysis of 2011-12 Internal Revenue Service filings reveals 14 NEA state affiliates do not have the financial assets to match their liabilities and total almost $700 million [...]

The Indiana State Teachers Association Trust Collapse: Who Spent What Where

[...] ; it entirely ignores the costs of the trust’s collapse not just to ISTA members, but to NEA members across the country. Let’s take a trip back in time to 2009, when NEA established an [...]

NEA Wrote Off $8.1 Million of Indiana Loans as Bad Debt

[...] early on – ISTA did not require a loan; it required a bailout financed by the dues money of NEA members of other states. It is difficult to predict the endgame for the ISTA coffers and the financial [...]

Hedging

[...] when you have a ton of money to invest, you just might go to the usual suspects to manage it. NEA Members Insurance Trust is a tax-exempt 501(c)(9) entity that provides a host of insurance products to [...]

NEA’s Own Elected Leaders Conclude They Are Disconnected From Members

[...] : “Some members do not know what NEA does and some don’t even know that they are NEA members!” Colorado: “Most of our members including those under 35 do not have any idea that [...]

Teachers, Not Teamsters, Are the Typical Union Members

[...] Teachers, Not Teamsters, Are the Typical Union Members. We can watch the ebb and flow of union membership from year to year, thanks to the Bureau of Labor Statistics and unionstats.com. And we can [...]

Proxy War

[...] . “Certainly right-to-work changes the narrative because I’m from the era … when your union membership was never a question. Now that narrative will change. You’re going to have to go out [...]

Still One Growth Sector for Unions in South: Government

[...] 50 years: government. The Bureau of Labor Statistics produces a much-cited annual report on union membership based on the Current Population Survey, but it takes Barry Hirsch of Georgia State [...]

No Silver Linings

[...] 26, 2015 No Silver Linings. The Bureau of Labor Statistics released its annual report on union membership and the AFL-CIO had to dig very deep to find something to be cheerful about. The overall [...]

Despite Staff Cuts, 25 NEA State Affiliates Ran Deficits

[...] ;other revenue” is the amount it receives in UniServ and assistance grants from NEA national headquarters. A comparison of the two reveals which state affiliates are most heavily reliant on [...]

Prison Pay, Valet Service and Ice Machines: NEA’s Contract with Its Own Employee...

[...] and protections against arbitrary actions by union executives. About 500 people work at NEA national headquarters in Washington, DC. A handful of unions represent them, the largest being the National [...]

Union Unions: A Look at NEA Affiliate Employees

[...] unavailable. The figures date from 2012. The total, including most employees working for NEA national headquarters, numbers 4,320. Judging by Mississippi and South Carolina, it appears the lower limit [...]

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Wicomico Postscript

[...] against a hostile union. It won’t be pleasant, but it’s the only way to succeed. Recent Intercepts. EIA’s daily blog, Intercepts, covered these topics September 23-29: *  Colorado [...]

Balance Your Budget the NYSUT Way!

[...] on having enough citizens who spend less than they earn. That well is running dry. Recent Intercepts. EIA’s daily blog, Intercepts, covered these topics September 16-22: *  The [...]

NEA Membership Numbers Accelerate Downward

[...] to one conclusion. Though the economy has improved, NEA’s membership outlook has not. Recent Intercepts. EIA’s daily blog, Intercepts, covered these topics September 30-October 6: *  Non- [...]

NEA’s Super PAC Goes on “Grassroots” Shopping Spree

[...] flow of revenue each year makes it a simple matter to borrow whatever it might need. Recent Intercepts. EIA’s daily blog, Intercepts, covered these topics October 7-14: *  Flash! NEA Not Planning [...]

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