Tuesday, June 28, 2005

4th of July fireworks: NEA style

If you aren't on Mike Antonucci's Education Intelligence Agency e-list you'll be missing out on some of the most complete information about education generally, and specifically about the NEA convention held every year over the 4th of July.

EIA Coverage of NEA Representative Assembly Begins July 2.

For the eighth consecutive year, EIA will provide daily gavel-to-gavel coverage from the floor of the National Education Association Representative Assembly. The first communiqué will be issued from Los Angeles the evening of Saturday, July 2, and each evening thereafter until the convention closes on July 6. Subscribers will automatically receive those bulletins via e-mail as usual, and they will also be posted on the EIA web site shortly after transmission. The direct link is http://www.eiaonline.com/convention.htm and there will also be a permanent link to the bulletins on the home page at http://www.eiaonline.com.
I will be available via e-mail for your questions and comments during the convention, but please make allowances for delays in my response. Delegates and guests are welcome to visit with me by the press section (left of the stage as you face it), but be aware I am restricted from wandering around the convention floor.

I'm not surprised they won't let Mike wander around. Do yourself and the children you know a big favor--subscribe at http://www.eiaonline.com.

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