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2014 NEA Membership Numbers

Mike Antonucci of the Education Intelligence Agency (EIA), a one-man contract research firm focused on the inner workings of the teachers’ unions, has compiled a state-by-state chart of membership numbers for the National Education Association (NEA).

The chart contains active and total membership numbers for 2013-14, along with one-year and five-year changes to see how membership numbers have changed over time. Active members are employed teachers, professionals and education support workers. Total membership includes retirees, students, substitutes and all others.

Since last year, the NEA lost 42,000 active members, bringing the union’s total losses among active public school employees to more than 310,000 (10.7%) over the past five years.

Click here for PDF of State-by-State chart. Screen Shot 2015-07-27 at 5.09.18 PM

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