MNEA News & Events

NEWS RELEASE: NEA to honor 12 human and civil rights champions at annual ceremony

Missouri National Education Association is among recipients. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 25, 2019 For further information:  Miguel A. Gonzalez, NEA Communications Ph:  202-822-7823, mgonzalez@nea.org Debra Beckman, Missouri NEA Communications Ph:  573-634-3202, debra.beckman@mnea.org Missouri National Education Association 1810 E. Elm St., Jefferson City, MO 65101   WASHINGTON — In schools and communities across America they push to bend the arc of the moral universe. They get knocked...

NEA Code of Ethics: Take the Pledge

The NEA believes that the education profession consists of one education workforce including both teachers and support professionals, serving the needs of all students. The educator, believing in the worth and dignity of each human being, recognizes the supreme importance of the pursuit of truth, devotion to excellence, and the nurture of the democratic principles. Essential to these goals is the protection of freedom to learn and to teach and the guarantee of equal educational opportunity for all. The ...

NEA Salary Rankings & Estimates 2018-2019: Compared to national average of $60,477, MO ranks 43rd at $49,304

Even with the slight increase, teachers in the Show-Me state drop two points on the national ranking. May 8, 2019 NEA’s annual publication, Rankings and Estimates, which details the financial expenditures, revenue, enrollment numbers, and average teacher salaries for public schools in each state was released this week. You can download the full report from the NEA website at www.mnea.org/research .   Enrollment and Attendance The report shows that U.S. public-school student enrollment and attendanc...

Missouri NEA R.A. delegates elect state officers

During the Missouri NEA Representative Assembly April 27-28, local association delegates cast their ballots to elect new officers of the state association.   MNEA Pres. Charles E. Smith and Vice Pres. Brent Fullington have each served the maximum of two three-year terms. Prior to being elected as the leader of the association, Smith, a teacher on leave from Center School District, served as MNEA vice president for six years after serving seven years as an NEA Director. Fullington, a teacher on leav...