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NEA to Send $3 Million More to Massachusetts Charter Cap Campaign

Last Thursday the National Education Association Executive Committee approved a request for $3 million in additional funding for the Massachusetts Teachers Association’s campaign against lifting the cap on charter schools in the state. The union’s board of directors concurred on Saturday. This will bring NEA’s total contribution to the Massachusetts campaign to $4.9 million.
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