I've been monitoring this issue at the annual NEA conventions for many years. Many times, the powers that be who run the NEA would simply refuse to recognize the delegate making the pro-life motion, or refer that motion to a committee, which would kill it . Sometimes, the pro-abortion delegates would shout down the motion. The NEA usually would not allow the convention delegates to vote on any motion to stop spending NEA dues money on political activity supporting abortion.
After many years of effort, the pro-lifers made a little progress this year when the NEA convention met in Atlanta. The pro-lifers successfully introduced an amendment that stated: "NEA will not use dues monies for politically supporting abortion." Discussion in the convention was brief. Only a few comments were allowed before a motion was made to terminate debate. The amendment was then defeated in a secret ballot with 33% voting Yes and 66% voting No. That means, one-third of NEA delegates favor stopping the NEA spending dues money for the political support of abortion. But regardless of that vote, you can be sure that the NEA will continue its pro-abortion spending.
Listen to the radio commentary here: