As Twitchy reported, the National Education Association held its Representative Assembly last week to vote on certain budgetary issues, and the union members approved an additional $56,500 to the budget to “research the organizations attacking educators doing anti-racist work” and $127,600 to promote critical race theory and create a study that “critiques empire, white supremacy, anti-Blackness, anti-indigeneity, racism, patriarchy, cisheteropatriachy, capitalism, ableism, anthropocentrism, and other forms of power and oppression at the intersections of our society.”

A few people have noticed that those issues appear to have vanished from the NEA’s website:

Jessica Anderson is executive director of Heritage Action — the organization the NEA mentioned as an example of the anti-CRT organizations it wanted to research:

Tyler Olson reports for Fox News:

Dozens of pages of assembly resolutions and proposed resolutions disappeared from The National Education Association’s (NEA) website Tuesday, some of which included highly-controversial items on critical race theory, anti-racism, and mandatory vaccines.

The pages on the website for the largest teachers union in the United States were visible as recently as Tuesday morning, a few days after the conclusion of the NEA’s 2021 Annual Meeting and Representative Assembly.

One resolution that disappeared from the NEA’s site was New Business Item 39, which conveyed the NEA’s desire to “fight back against anti-CRT rhetoric.” That resolution passed.

Another resolution that passed – New Business Item 2 – said the “NEA will research the organizations attacking educators doing anti-racist work and/or use the research already done and put together a list of resources and recommendations for state affiliates, locals, and individual educators to utilize when they are attacked.”

Hmm…

Don’t forget math.

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