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The NEA-Retired Rapid Response Team and the NEA M.O.R.E. Project



NEA-Retired Members Take Action!


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M.O.R.E. Project

The M.O.R.E Project is designed to mobilize, organize, recruit and engage retirees in the strategic priorities of the NEA and its state affiliates.  The M.O.R.E. Project has been in Florida for the last five years and the last three years in Arizona.  The project is scheduled to expand to Georgia, North Carolina and Texas in 2020.

Arizona M.O.R.E. Program

In 2016, Arizona became a M.O.R.E. Project State. With over 2100 members and 1800 NEA-Retired members who have retired to Arizona and vote, they are quickly organizing into an effective army of volunteers who impact elections in their state.



Arizona Retired M.O.R.E. Project Survey


To be a part of the NEA Retired Arizona M.O.R.E program, click here.


Be a Part of the NEA-Retired Rapid Response Team!

Join with over 3,000 other NEA Retired Members that live within a 50 mile radius of downtown Washington, DC. Your expertise and years of experience are crucial during this critical turning point in NEA history.

We’d love to have you partner with us! We want you for:

  • Attending congressional hearings on Public Education and Retirement Security Issues
  • Mentoring opportunities with younger NEA Members
  • Participating in social activities with other NEA Retired activists
  • Strengthening your bond with your state & local association

To join the NEA Retired Rapid Response Team, contact Todd Crenshaw at TCrenshaw@nea.org.


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SLIDESHOW

Check out the images from M.O.R.E. regional network meetings throughout Florida.

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