What is NEA-Alaska?
NEA-Alaska is an advocate for an excellent public education for each child in Alaska and works to advance the interests of public school employees.
NEA-Alaska, an affiliate of the National Education Association, is an organization of 13,000+ members who work in Alaska’s public schools.
Whether it’s in a crowded urban classroom or a remote community in rural Alaska with only one school, we all aim to accomplish the same task: provide an excellent public education for every child in Alaska. Please join us in our journey.
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Members vs. Non-Members
How do NEA-Alaska’s services and benefits differ for members vs. non-members?
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NEA-Alaska Membership Cards
Feb 18, 2019 | James Brooks | ADN.com JUNEAU — Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy is proposing to cut state funding [...]
February 6, 2019 | ADN | Tegan Hanlon James Smallwood is dropping his bid to serve on the Anchorage School [...]
‘It was a surprise to everyone’: What the proposed $20 million education cut could mean for Alaska schools
Author: Tegan Hanlon | ADN Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s proposal Monday to cut $20 million in education funding in the middle of [...]
Dunleavy wants to spend $131 million on Alaska earthquake reconstruction; suggests cutting $20 million for schools
Author: James Brooks | ADN JUNEAU — Gov. Mike Dunleavy has proposed spending $131 million, mostly from the federal government, [...]
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