MNEA News

Event Date: Sat., Nov. 13, 2021 Virtual 9-11 a.m. Virtual Session 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Independent work time 2-3 p.m. Virtual Session Deadline to Register: Nov. 11 This session is free, but you must pre...
Registration open for 2021-2022 "I CAN DO IT" CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT PROGRAM All teachers with a Missouri Initial Professional Certificate (IPC) must participate in a beginning teacher assistance...
Are you a Chiefs fan? You won't want to miss this offer. The Kansas City Chiefs are extending a special promotional rate just for educators to three home games during the 2021 season. Don't wait to...
Commissioner Vandeven’s statement on the breach of educator information data on the DESE website. “The Department was made aware Tuesday of a vulnerability within the data in our educator...
The Public School Retirement System / Public Education Employee Retirement System (PSRS/PEERS) informed us that a PSRS/PEERS employee’s email account was fraudulently accessed. PSRS/PEERS security...
Last night Missouri NEA learned personally identifiable information of Missouri educators was potentially compromised via the educator certification search tool on the Department of Elementary and...
Did you receive the fall issue of Something Better magazine? The publication is published quarterly, and all members of Missouri NEA receive a printed copy. If you have not received your copy, give us...
In this issue BIG NEWS: Public Student Loan Forgiveness is being overhauled "I Can Do It" Beginning Teacher Assistance Virtual or In-person Four MNEA members receive 2021 California Casualty Music and...
Public education employees planning a family can rely on a number of legal protections to help them try to balance their work and their personal life. The Family Medical Leave Act provides protected...
After careful consideration of nearly 500 applications, California Casualty has designated 142 schools throughout the country as 2021 Music and Arts Grant awardees. The recipients, representing 29...
Share that you care. Teachers and education support professionals want students to feel safe from physical threats, emotional harm, harassment, alienation from their peers, or worst of all suicide...
NEA is working to ensure that secondary education is affordable and accessible to all. Higher education is meant to inspire imagination and help people pursue their dreams. However, a recent NEA Today...
by Vincenzo Iuppa, MNEA associate general counsel Public education employees planning a family can rely on a number of legal protections to help them try to balance their work and their personal life...
By Otto Fajen, MNEA legislative director Trustees present: Jason Hoffman, Chair; Jason Steliga, Vice-Chair; Kyle Collins; Scott Hunt; Sharon Kissinger; Beth Knes; Melinda Moss INVESTMENTS The Board...
Many school buildings are crumbling and outdated, and leaders in Congress are debating how much to spend on a federal package to modernize them. America has 50,000 school buildings that are more than...
Notes from the September 13, 2021 meeting of the Missouri Advisory Council of Certification for Educators Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education MNEA representatives on MACCE...
Congratulations to Lindbergh NEA member, Darrion Cockrell on being named a 2022 NEA Foundation's California Casualty Award for Teaching Excellence recipient. His dedication to his students and the...
Board receives quarterly update on Normandy Schools Collaborative Marcus Robinson, superintendent, and William Humphrey, Normandy Joint Executive Governing Board president, Normandy Schools...
Congratulations to the 2022 Missouri State Teacher of the Year Missouri NEA member James Young. Young teaches musical theater, vocal music, and guitar at Johnson-Wabash Sixth Grade Center in the...
Tues., Oct. 12, 2021 | 9:15 a.m. - 1:45 p.m. Cost: $60 per chapter or $75 per chapter after Sept. 30 Deadline to Register: Oct. 6 If your school or district has a group of high school students...