Meetings & Events
Conferences, Seminars, & Training Programs for NEA Members
National Council of Urban Education Associations (NCUEA)
Each year in June, before the NEA Representative Assembly, attendees of the NCUEA Summer Meeting consider new business items, positions on NEA amendments, and other issues that could come before the Representative Assembly.
Registration for the 2014 NCUEA Fall Conference is now open! You can register for the conference and the pre-conference session entitled, Taking on Testing: Implementing a Plan to Scale Back School Testing. Register today!
The conference will be held at the Sheraton Nashville Downtown in Nashville, TN on December 3-6, 2014. The NCUEA Negotiated Room Rate is $204.00++ per night. You can secure lodging at the Sheraton Nashville online by clicking here.
As usual, we will be bringing together presenters who will be sharing the most up-to-date information about what is happening in NEA and the great education community. There will be time for networking and debating the topics that are important to our Urban Locals.
A copy of the program book, containing the meeting agenda will be posted around soon. Please make plans to attend the Pre-Conference Session on December 3, 2014.
National Leadership Summit
The 2015 NEA National Leadership Summit will occur February 27 - March 1, 2015 in Anaheim, California. This Summit is is open to all regions. Read more...
Education Support Professionals
Education Support Professionals (ESP) Conference
Convened annually, the ESP National Conference is a great opportunity for ESP members to develop new skills and learn more about relevant, important issues.
ESP Leaders for Tomorrow Program
Any NEA ESP member (K-12 and higher education) who has been an NEA member in good standing for at least the last three years may apply for the Leaders for Tomorrow program. Selected participants must be able to attend all three sessions.
Learn more about the ESP Leaders for Tomorrow Program.
Joint Conference on Minorities and Women
An annual two-day event, the Joint Conference on Concerns of Minorities and Women attracts more than 1000 education employees—active, retired, and student members; education support professionals; and higher education faculty. Participants explore human and civil rights issues, education research, and other critical matters affecting public school students and staff.
The NEA-Retired Annual Meeting, held in June before the NEA Representative Assembly, includes the NEA Student Outreach to Teach activity, a presentation of annual awards, and the annual banquet. Official delegates to the NEA-Retired Annual Meeting with full voting rights for all elections are those NEA-Retired members elected from their State Association as delegates to the NEA RA.
NE- Retired Organizing Conference
The 2015 NEA-Retired Organizing Conference is devoted to training retired members to organize their communities to advance the cause of public education.