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GREAT things are happening here at MCEA!

  • Election results are in from the 2015 NJEA and County elections. Visit our Elections Committee page to view the results. Congratulations to all!

  • PRIDE Committee has been quite busy lately…delivering Books for Babies, sponsoring a Personal Care Drive and celebrating Dr. Suess’s Birthday at Barnes & Noble! Check out their PRIDE committee page for updates and pictures!

  • Lights! Cameras! Action! There was plenty of legislative action rolling along, frame by frame, at the Annual Mercer County Education Association (MCEA) “Meet and Greet”, hosted by MCEA’s Legislative Action Team (LAT). The theme for 2015: “Shining a Light on Public Education”. Check out this video!

  • MCEA Human and Civil Rights Committee had a successful collection for their a men clothing collection drive. For photos, check out our HCR committee page.

  • Local Presidents and other leaders…the public is waking up to the harm and false promises of education reform and standardized testing. It’s time for us to talk about OUR vision for our schools. Come to this important workshop to learn how we can change the debate and create a grassroots movement to take back our schools….more!

  • 2014-2015 Workshops are posted! These are very popular and fill up fast! Register early!

  • Mercer County Education Association’s PRIDE Committee is sponsoring a Personal Care Items for Children Drive! January 5th-Feb. 27th 

  • Excellent ‘Take the PARCC’ nite at Mercer Co. Community College w/members of several Mercer Co. Mercer Education-Association locals in attendance. The parents who took the practice tests were frustrated and aggravated. Hope they will start speaking out at local and state board of ed meetings. They need to lead the way.

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MCEA (Mercer County Education Association) is the association for local education associations representing teachers and educational support professionals in Mercer County, New Jersey. The Council of Educational Associations is affiliated with the New Jersey Education Association and the National Education Association.

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