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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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On the surface, the NEA will have you believe it is merely concerned with teacher salaries, teacher professionalism and the educational well-being of our children.
Pro-life teachers strongly disputed that the NEA supports the choice to be against abortion.
Bath says the NEA has given local utilities "the opportunity to have a broader-perspective of the environment and the region in which they are active."
By the 1990s the NEA and the AFT had become the targets of frequent blistering attacks in the press, each of which described another classroom Hannibal Lecter who simply could not be fired.
The NEA, as Comelec's partner agency, will ensure that the conduct of the polls and postelection activities are smooth, unhampered and secure,' Masongsong said.
Since 2007, the NEA - tasked to implement the total electrification of the country - has been given an unqualified opinion by the state auditor.
The NEA said that, in a recent audit, it found that the brownouts were due to the cooperative's failure to establish proper system operations, dispatch protocol and power reliability measures despite the anticipated surge in power demand during the hot summer months.
An NEA documentary was showcased featuring various activities of blood donation, beach cleaning and relief work for Nepal earthquake victims.
'We are excited to continue our long-term relationship with the NEA,' said Jill Calabrese Bain, Partner Banking and Investments executive at Bank of America.
The campus also will have a five-story 213,000-SF medical office building that will house NEA Baptist Clinic's medical specialists and surgeons and have space for diagnostic testing services, a NEA Baptist Health System news release said.
The National Education Association's Urban Grants--a program of NEA's National Council of Urban Education Associations--support local NEA affiliates in the development of education reform leadership programs for preK-12/graduate school faculty and education support professionals.
Along with eight school districts and several state education associations, the NEA recently filed the first of its kind national lawsuit that pushes the Bush administration to pay the costs of the No Child Left Behind law's mandates.