LEGISLATIVE AMENDMENT 1

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LEGISLATIVE AMENDMENT 2

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Section III. A Voice in the Workplace
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NEA opposes “mandatory defined contribution plans.”


LEGISLATIVE AMENDMENT 3

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Section: Assessments
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NEA supports “allowing students who receive at least half of their instruction in a language other than English to be given the option of testing in the language of instruction. Where the assessments do not exist, they should be developed.”


LEGISLATIVE AMENDMENT 4

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LEGISLATIVE AMENDMENT 5

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Section: Human and Civil Rights
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NEA opposes “reducing or denying families government assistance benefits based on their child’s school attendance.”


LEGISLATIVE AMENDMENT 6

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Section: III. A Voice in the Workplace
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NEA supports “reducing the hours of service required for educational employees to qualify for the Family and Medical Leave Act or any other law that guarantees leave for family or medical reasons.”


LEGISLATIVE AMENDMENT 7

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LEGISLATIVE AMENDMENT 8

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LEGISLATIVE AMENDMENT 9

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LEGISLATIVE AMENDMENT 10

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Section: Assessments
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NEA opposes “the use of standardized tests for mandated determination reliance on a single test for determining of a student’s future or as an indicator of school success;”


LEGISLATIVE AMENDMENT 11

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Section: Assessments
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NEA opposes “federal requirements to make significant decisions about schools, educators, or students based primarily on students’ test scores, including statistical models of student growth or “value-added” statistical projections.”


LEGISLATIVE AMENDMENT 12

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LEGISLATIVE AMENDMENT 13

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Section: Assessments
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NEA opposes “testing systems that require excessive amounts of time spent by educators on test administration and related activities and not on primary job responsibilities.”


LEGISLATIVE AMENDMENT 14

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Section: English Language Learners
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NEA supports “federal requirements that states develop comprehensive processes and plans for appropriate identification of all English Language Learners based on a state-approved language assessment. The results of this assessment will also determine eligibility for all tested subjects in English.”

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