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Bylaw Amendment 1
Adopted

To create a new membership category of “community ally” and charge the NEA Board of Directors with adopting rules for implementation, while prohibiting such members from nominating, voting for, or holding any elected or appointed Association office or position.

Bylaw Amendment 2
Withdrawn

To allow an individual re-joining the Association as an Active member after the commencement of the membership year to pay a pro-rated portion of dues for that year.

Bylaw Amendment 3
Defeated

To provide for solicitation of Active member voluntary contributions to a strike/work action fund.

Bylaw Amendment 4
Withdrawn

To set one year as the minimum term length for delegates to the NEA Representative Assembly.

Bylaw Amendment 5
Adopted

To permit the Association, under limited circumstances, and pursuant to the same protections that apply to state affiliate trusteeships, to establish a trusteeship over a local affiliate.

Bylaw Amendment 6
Adopted

To establish specific procedures by which a state or local affiliate may terminate its affiliation with the National Education Association.

Standing Rule Amendment 1
Defeated

To allow for deferral to the subsequent day any motion for which proposed amendments are difficult to display in full on screen, and to provide delegate access overnight to any such deferred language.

Standing Rule Amendment 2
Defeated

To strike language permitting delegates to yield any unused portion of allotted speaking time.

Standing Rule Amendment 3
Defeated

To prohibit on the Representative Assembly floor the display of signs lobbying for or against specific action items, other than signs used by a state caucus for the purpose of communicating with that state’s delegates.

Constitutional Amendment 1
Defeated

To amend the preamble to add the word “secular” before “public education.”