• American Education Week
    Nov. 18-22
    Celebrate American Education Week Nov. 18-22. Display your AEW poster in your school. You can find the poster in the centerfold of the fall issue of Something Better magazine, or download and print one today.
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  • Bully Free: It starts with me October is National Bullying Prevention month. All students in Missouri deserve a safe learning environment without the threat of bullying. One caring adult can make all the difference. Visit NEA.org/bullyfree for more information. Find Out More >

  • Degrees Not Debt Still struggling with student loans? Attend a Degrees Not Debt Workshop (MNEA members only). The informative workshops will help you determine if you qualify for Teacher or Public Service Loan Forgiveness, with SAVI streamlining the process. Find Out More >

  • Learn your rights Learn your rights as a certificated educator (Oct. 28), Education Support Professional (Oct. 23), and paraprofessional (Oct. 29). You don't need to be a member of Missouri NEA to participate in these online training sessions. Sign up today. 
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  • I Can Do It
    Beginning Teacher Assistance
    All teachers with a Missouri Initial Professional Certificate (IPC) must participate in a beginning teacher assistance program before upgrading their certificate. “I Can Do It” is designed for teachers in their first two years and any teacher who wants to improve their classroom management skills. Find Out More >

  • Applications due Jan. 2
    Read-On Missouri Tour
    Apply for a stop on MNEA Read-On Missouri Tour Feb. 24-March 6. Pres. Phil Murray and Vice Pres. Rebeka McIntosh celebrate NEA's Read Across America by talking to students about how reading leads to success in life.
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  • Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
    Poster-Essay Contest
    The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Essay-Poster Contest for K-12 public school students is sponsored by MNEA's Human Rights Committee. The deadline for submission is Thurs., Jan. 30.  Find Out More >

  • Online Courses
    through Drake University
    Improve your practice and advance your career with online courses through Drake University developed by teachers for teachers. Choose from traditional online courses or self-guided courses for graduate credit for as little as $155. 
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professional resources

Workshops & Resources

MNEA Human Rights Committee accepting entries for the Martin Luther King Jr. Essay-Poster Contest until Jan. 30
Law Day Essay Contest, entries due Feb. 3
Online graduate courses through Drake University for as low as $155

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