From our Education Intelligence Agent:
The National Education Association board of directors approved a $1 million donation from the union’s contingency fund to the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate. The contribution will be made in $200,000 installments over the next five years.
Among other things, the institute will have a training program for incoming U.S. Senators.
Hmm. If the first senator-elect to use it is Scott Brown, I think the NEA may need to do some extra training.