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Why Join 
MNEA?

    - Help when you need it most
    - Your voice at the capitol
    - Professional development
    - Classroom resources
    - Big discounts 



If you have been thinking about joining MNEA, but just haven't done it yet, now is the time! 

An affiliate of the 3.2-million member National Education Association, Missouri NEA offers a membership package second to none. Not only do you get the tools, resources and community of a national organization, but you are a part of the nation’s and state’s most powerful voice for public education and the education profession.

By joining Missouri NEA as an active member, you receive protection, advocacy and member benefits. 

  • $4 million Educators Employment Liability Insurance
  • Consultation with an MNEA UniServ Director when you need employment-related advice
  • An unmatched professional network through Internet, email lists, and local, state and national publications
  • Access to exclusive online shopping offers every day and on 300,000 discounts ranging from hotels (half price) to local dining, shopping, cell phones, rental cars, travel, recreation and everyday purchases
  • Smartphone application with 150,000 discounts just for MNEA members
  • Two free legal consultations and discounts on legal services for personal matters (not related to employment)
  • The satisfaction that through your membership you will help shape the future of public education and the children it serves

NEA/MNEA dues for first-time members are $201 for certified staff and $132 for noncertified staff, plus local dues, if applicable.

Click here to join MNEA. 
 

Don't just join an organization, get involved in a movement! Together, we can change the way public schools, students and employees are treated.







Posted Date: 11/19/2015
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MNEA/KNEA 
Read to Achieve Contest 

If your school is within the KCTV5 viewing area (greater Kansas City), teachers at your school are eligible for a chance to win $1,000. The Read to Achieve contest is co-sponsored by Missouri NEA and Kansas NEA.

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