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NEA and AFT: Two Unions, One Voice?

At their respective conventions in July, the National Education Association and American Federation of Teachers approved resolutions affirming their stances on some of the most contested issues in education, and often echoed one another.

SOURCE: Education Week

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Related: AFT, NEA Agendas Converge Amid External, Internal Pressure | Complete Coverage: The 2014 NEA Convention | Complete Coverage: The 2014 AFT Convention

Vol. 33, Issue 37

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