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Nuclear Energy Agency

An organization under the OECD that promotes the peaceful, scientific use of nuclear energy. It acts as a forum for research and sharing of information between members. It has 29 member states all over the world.
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The NEA cited a 1999 report that stated the average American child lives in a household with about three televisions; two VCRs; three radios; two CD players; a video game player and a home computer.
As teachers, the group's members are particularly interested in bringing material on fetal development to the classroom and to NEA conferences.
While the NEA and the rest of the education establishment lined up to assail the report, AFT president Shanker shocked observers by endorsing the report's findings.
Apparently NEA no longer feels that the regular teaching force is competent to handle the special needs of those kids whose parents want to opt out of public schools but still want a free education.
The NEA, which opposed standardized tests until recently out of fear that teachers would be blamed for their students' scores (which is precisely the point), recently came on board, and is now promoting national standards as well.
The only problem with Bolton's selection is that texts are limited to the period of the NEA reauthorization debate, and hence sidestep material--for example, Supreme Court opinions on First Amendment interpretation, and the original 1965 NEA authorization law--that might help us better understand the dilemmas of the present.
They have demonstrated outstanding leadership and investment judgment and we're very pleased to recognize them as invaluable assets to the NEA team," said Peter Barris, Managing General Partner of NEA.
NEA President Reg Weaver called on President Bush to express his regret to the nation's educators and demand that Paige step down.
NEA consists of Thunder Bay Hydro and smaller municipal utilities in Terrace Bay, Atikokan, Fort Frances,.
The NEA has no power to prevent Holly Hughes from presenting her work.
Passage of NEA and NEH legislation in 1965 signaled new recognition and acknowledgment of our choreographers, composers, playwrights, painters, sculptors, and writers; Eisenhower's Emergency Fund had sown the seeds for a harvest.