The NEA’s Cash Cow? You!

This should come as no surprise to conservative NEA members.

Larry Sand questions why conservative teachers continue to pay membership dues.   If you are thinking of relinquishing your union membership, please visit for information on how to properly resign from your public employee union.

When a bunch of teachers gather for a yearly convention, you might think that education matters would be front and center. But when the National Education Association convenes for its yearly wingding, politics is the centerpiece. And this year’s event, which wrapped up last week, certainly maintained that hallowed tradition.

The union’s New Business Items, proposed directives and projects from the delegates for action during the coming year, continued the theme. NBI 11 asserts that “…NEA will incorporate the concept of ‘White Fragility’ into NEA trainings/staff development, literature, and other existing communications….”