History repeats itself! Delegates to the National Education Association Annual Meeting voted to keep the all-female, all-minority leadership, NEA President Lily Eskelsen García, Vice President Becky Pringle and Secretary Treasurer Princess in office for another three-year term.
The theme of NEA’s annual Human and Civil Rights Awards Dinner was “Living the Legacy: After 50 Years, Still We Rise.” On that 50th anniversary of the Dinner, NEA honored 12 American social justice heroes.
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