The NEA is the teachers' Union, the National Education Association.  The NEA
used to be a great organization many moons ago, but has since become very
political and agenda driven.

And it's good that SOMEONE can brag about their schools.  It's a pretty hard
thing to do here about our public schools.  However, some private and
parochial schools, as well as a few public and charter schools (like the one
my 16 year old goes to) do very well indeed.

Jon

Marc A. Schindler wrote:

Sorry, that went over my head. Who's the NEA?  (BTW, I know that original
post
could be taken to be nationalist bragging, but it was meant more to provide
ammunition to those who are for, in your case, state-wide exams, and making
school
administrators more accountable for the performance of their students. As I
said,
we should have done even better).

Jon Spencer wrote:

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