Education In the Election: Key State Ballot Measures That The National Education Association Is Tracking (SLIDESHOW)

Education In The Election: Key State Measures Up For Vote (SLIDESHOW)
California Gov. Jerry Brown campaigns for Proposition 30 in the Panorama City section of Los Angeles on Monday, Nov. 5, 2012. Brown launched his latest swing through Southern California Monday to support his tax initiative for schools, Proposition 30. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)
California Gov. Jerry Brown campaigns for Proposition 30 in the Panorama City section of Los Angeles on Monday, Nov. 5, 2012. Brown launched his latest swing through Southern California Monday to support his tax initiative for schools, Proposition 30. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)

As voters cast their ballots today, those with an eye on education are keeping tabs on where states are leaning on the numerous education measures appearing on those ballots.

Issues on the table include collective bargaining rights, teacher merit pay and evaluations, charter schools, among others, and reside in states like Florida, Georgia and Illinois.

The National Education Association, the country's largest teachers union, has taken a stance on the various measures up for vote today.

Check out the slideshow below to see what the key measures are, and where the NEA stands on various state initiatives:

Before You Go

Arizona

State Ballot Measures That NEA Is Tracking

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