Register for one of two online webinars that explore the benefits of NEA's edCommunities for a chance to win $75

Don't miss a chance to win the $75 gift card.    

Register for one of the two following webinars for a chance to win a $75 gift card from Missouri NEA. 

Connecting Members

7-8 p.m., Thurs., April 5

MNEA Field Managers Chastity Young and Patrick Layden join MNEA Teaching and Learning Director Ann Jarrett to explore how your local association could benefit from creating an NEA edCommunities group. The webinar will discuss the following: 

  • benefits and limitations of making a group public or private
  • time needed to manage a group
    who should manage the group
  • the kind of discussions to be had
  • how the group can help identify members ready to be more involved
  • and types of documents to share

If you are a leader in your local association or are interested in becoming a leader, register to attend this session for a chance to win a $75 gift card.

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A Tool for Schools: Private NEA edCommunities Groups

7-8 p.m., Mon., April 30

Learn how schools use private groups on NEA edCommunities to improve sharing and communication among all staff or subgroups. Greg Hobbs, a member of Illinois Education Association, shares how schools in Illinois have improved outcomes for students through their use of private groups on NEA edCommunities. Any educator can join NEA edCommunities--so all staff, not just NEA members--are included. All attendees are entered into a drawing for a $75 gift card.

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Posted Date: 3/19/2018
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Even though we are not at school supporting Missouri students, members continue to help every day during this crisis. MNEA wants to share your stories as we struggle through the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.

We are hearing about members who are continuing to care for their students by

  • volunteering at school district Grab & Go meal distribution centers and food drives
  • providing child care for essential medical staff
  • shopping for the elderly so they don’t have to leave the safety of their homes

Your stories help show that educators don’t stop caring. Please send your stories with pictures to MNEA at, so we can share them. You can post to social media, making sure you tag @MissouriNEA and use the hashtags  #MNEAheroes and  #MNEAprotects.