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Bylaw Amendment 1
Deemed to Have Failed

To create a new membership category of “Community Ally” and charge the NEA Board of Directors with establishing the dues, benefits, and services for such members, while preserving NEA governance positions for education professionals and active equivalents.

Bylaw Amendment 2
Adopted

To replace the word student with the term “Aspiring Educator” when referring to student members.

Bylaw Amendment 3
Adopted

To provide for inclusion of one state affiliate president on the NEA Committee on Program and Budget.

Bylaw Amendment 4
Adopted

To replace language requiring the scheduling of an open hearing on the proposed budget during the Annual Meeting with language permitting the scheduling of such a hearing following Board transmission of the budget to affiliates and others.

Constitutional Amendment 1
Defeated

To open NEA membership to public education allies while preserving NEA governance positions for education professionals and active equivalents.

Constitutional Amendment 2
Referred to Committee on Constitution, Bylaws and Rules

To change the allocation of delegates to the Representative Assembly.

Constitutional Amendment 3
Adopted

To replace the word “student” with the term “Aspiring Educator” when referring to student members.

Constitutional Amendment 4
Withdrawn

Constitutional Amendment 5
Defeated

To establish the Representative Assembly as the only body to recommend or endorse presidential candidates for both the primary and general election.

Constitutional Amendment 6
Defeated

To move the deadline to submit a proposed amendment to the Constitution from the end of the previous RA to 120 days preceding the RA.