Member Benefits

Negotiated Agreement – Click here to view

Collective Bargaining.

Assistance with contractual matters.

Contract maintenance.

Issue Organizing.

Sick leave bank.

Gives teachers a voice on district committees such as calendar, evaluation, career ladder.

Issues can be brought to the administration through the common concerns committee.

Advice and support when needed.

Entitles you to vote on the contract and contractual matters.

Gives you representation on all work-related matters.

Assistance with matters covered by state law i.e. termination hearings when fired, lawsuits, etc.

Liability Insurance.

Assistance with professional, non-contractual problems (e.g. student, parent, public conflicts).

Full-time legislative representatives promoting member interests.

Attorney referral for personal matters.

Life Insurance (Dues-Tab) at no cost.

Member Benefits (NEA loans, CDs, Tax-deferred, credit card, auto and home insurance, etc)

Access to NEA – Tools and Ideasthe professional site for NEA members devoted to “Educators Helping Educators.”

Professional assistance and development.

Participation in establishing the direction for legislation and bargaining.

Access to state and local association professional development programs.

All WCTA/MSEA/NEA communications.

Partner in powerful local, state and national professional organization focused upon you.

The NEA family – WCTA, MSEA and NEA work constantly to protect, promote and strengthen member rights through a variety of avenues:

  • UniServ
  • Legal Services
  • Professional Development
  • Research
  • Bargaining Assistance
  • Benefits
  • Human and Civil Rights
  • Staff Assistance at Conferences and Workshops
  • Offices and Office Supplies
  • Shared Projects

Support for candidates in local, state and national elections.

Even in a non-bargaining year the Association is busy. These and other programs go on at all times:

  • Teaching and learning initiatives.
  • Research.
  • Training of leaders and bargaining units.
  • Office maintenance.
  • UniServ.
  • Lobbying.
  • Monitoring of state and federal agencies.
  • Monitoring of retirement funds.
  • Legislative programs
  • Community relations
  • Public relations and employee image programs.
  • Contract enforcement