Timeline of the NEA Part 5
NEA membership reaches over 2 million.
NEA dedicates its new headquarters in
The redesigned offices promise to help NEA staff
and officers work efficiently and effectively
into the next century.
NEA creates Read Across America – a national
program encouraging adults to take an active role
in reading to youngsters on a regular basis.
Iona Holloway becomes the first Education Support
Professional elected to the NEA Executive Committee.
Congress passes the No Child Left Behind Act –
a reauthorization of 1965’s ESEA.
NEA membership surpasses 3 million.
NEA adopts vision of a great public school
for every student.
NEA 150th Anniversary