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The National Education Association Teachers' Union Voted Down 'Student Learning',--


A motion by the National Education Association (NEA) to "re-dedicate itself to the pursuit of increased student learning in every public school in America" failed when put to a vote of 6.000 delegates. Several of the resolutions that did pass include the fundamental right to abortion under Roe v. Wade and teaching the concept of 'white fragility' (which they explain is produced by white supremacy culture), and other leftist causes.

Last week, thousands of teachers gathered in Houston for the National Education Association's (NEA) annual convention. During the convention, any group of 50 delegates could bring to the floor a new business item, which is a one-year, non-binding resolution directing the union to take a certain action.

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