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MCEA Runs at the NJEA Convention!

MCEA Members run for a good cause at the Annual NJEA Boardwalk Run at the NJEA Convention! Click the picture for more! 


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The Human and Civil Rights Committee Walked Against Hunger in the Trenton Crop Walk Event! 


Congratulations to Martha Liebman on receiving the Ruthann Sheer award from NJEA for Distinguished Service at the 2016 NJEA Convention!

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The PRIDE Committee supports POAC in their annual walk for Autism Awareness at Fisher Middle School in Ewing!  Check out their PRIDE committee page for photos.


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The Mercer Education-Association would like to take this opportunity to recognize and congratulate our County Education Support Professional (ESP) of the Year, Shirley Hicks. Thank you for all you do for our students, our families, in our community, and most of all, for everything you do for our fellow ESP members at all levels!

 


Visit us on Twitter and FaceBook for good news stories of our members, good information about public education issues, and to connect with other great public school educators. 


PD! PD! PD! Come get your PD at Mercer County EA. Check out our Workshop page for a variety of PD and Advocacy opportunities!


 

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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