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Join TSTA/NEA today!
Don't just join an organization, get involved in a movement! Together we can change the way public schools, students, and employees are treated.
Early enrollment for the 2014-2015 school year is now available online. Early enrollment is for individuals who have never been a TSTA or NEA member before. If you were ever a member in the past, you can still join for the current 13-14 school year.
membership form (online)
13-14 membership form (print)
14-15 Early enrollment membership form (print)
- TSTA Student Program:
membership form (online)
membership form (print)
- TSTA Retired membership form
Join our movement to change public education for the better
We get things done when you get involved. How can you join the movement?
Step 1: Join your local TSTA/NEA Association. It’s the most important decision you can make.
Step 2: Get involved in the movement. Attend a meeting, contact your legislators, contribute to the local newsletter, serve on a committee, attend a seminar, or something else.
Since our founding in 1880, TSTA/NEA has been deeply committed to the welfare of our schools and those who work in them. We have a deep seated belief in the value of a quality education.
If it’s just a job to you, then it doesn’t really matter which organization you join. But if it’s your career and your profession, then you need to be involved in the movement, because we get things done! With TSTA/NEA you have:
• The most powerful education association in Texas and the nation.
• Over 68,000 Texans and 3.1 million Americans as your fellow members.
• A voice in your profession.
• Training and support for local member advocacy teams.
• Employment defense fund and liability insurance.
• Immediate access through our Help Center.
• In-house legal experts in education employment law.
• Network of attorneys across the state.
• Field staff across the state.
• Professional development/CPE credit.
• Leadership opportunities.
• Top-notch Member Benefits Program.
TSTA is the Texas affiliate of the National Education Association, headquartered in Washington, D.C. -- over three million members working for great public schools for every student. Since 1857, NEA has crusaded for the rights of educators and children. www.nea.org
With your TSTA/NEA membership, you get:
For more than half a century, NEA Member Benefits has helped members increase their economic security through financial services, insurance programs and investment advice; maximize their hard-earned dollars through consumer discounts and special travel and leisure offers; and be more effective in the classroom through professional development services and discounts on instructional materials. http://www.neamb.com
NEA Academy is your source for quality professional development. Courses developed by NEA are free to members; those developed by outside vendors are offered at the best rates possible. http://www.neaacademy.org
The NEA Foundation is an independent public charity created in 1969 and sustained by contributions from educators, corporate sponsors, and other supporters of public education. The Foundation offers grants and programs that support educators' efforts to close the achievement gaps, increase classroom innovations, provide professional development, and salute excellence in education. http://www.neafoundation.org
The NEA Health Information Network’s mission is to improve the health and safety of school personnel and students by providing the school community with vital and timely information that will increase teacher and education support professional quality and student achievement. http://www.neahin.org
The NEA Professional Library provides resources that offer insight and information on everything from getting organized to revitalizing and managing your classroom. http://store.nea.org/NEABookstore/control/main