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Timeline of the NEA Part 5

1990
NEA membership reaches over 2 million.

19911957 artist's rendition of what would become the current NEA headquarters
NEA dedicates its new headquarters in
Washington, D.C.
The redesigned offices promise to help NEA staff
and officers work efficiently and effectively
into the next century.

1997
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.

2001
Congress passes the No Child Left Behind Act –
a reauthorization of 1965’s ESEA.

2006
NEA membership surpasses 3 million.
NEA adopts vision of a great public school
for every student.

2007
NEA 150th Anniversary

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