Full-Tuition Scholarships for NEA Members from Walden University
Save Your Money – Apply Now!
The NEA Academy is excited to offer scholarship and online learning opportunities through our NCATE-accredited partner, Walden University.
You could be awarded a full-tuition scholarship* or a 10% tuition reduction‡ if you are interested in enrolling as a new student in one of these Walden University degree programs:
Don’t Miss Out – Apply by July 15th!
These scholarships are reserved specifically for NEA members. This is a great opportunity to broaden your education expertise without the financial burden.
For information about the Walden University full-tuition scholarships and tuition discount programs available through the NEA Academy, please contact an NEA advisor at 1-800-893-0396 or visit: www.neaacademy.org/walden
*Only one tuition-reduction benefit may be applied to tuition. If a scholarship is awarded, the NEA member is not eligible for the additional 10% member tuition-reduction benefit.
‡A 10% tuition reduction is available to new students. Some restrictions apply.
ISU Celebrates Member Appreciation –
Register In May and Receive 50% OFF Any ISU Course!
To honor the many contributions educators and education support professionals make throughout the year, Idaho State University (ISU) is proud to offer a special May Member Appreciation price of $10.00 for any of their 68 Workforce Training courses available through the NEA Academy.
Fast and convenient — most courses only take an hour and give you 30 days to review the materials online whenever you want!
If you are looking for a new skill or a better way to reach your students, take advantage of this deeply discounted rate to "take you where you need to go" in your career development. These courses also allow participants to accumulate course time to earn graduate credit*!
This May Only – NEA members receive 50% OFF - That’s only $10 per ISU course!
Select a topic below to find a course that is right for you:
For more information on the discounted Idaho State University – Workforce Training courses offered through the NEA Academy, please visit: www.neaacademy.org/isuworkforcetraining
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Now all you have to do is check your inbox to zoom in on the premium content available in digital ActionLine. Don’t miss another issue filled with videos, pop ups, photos, infographics, and more, plus a chance to win $25! Sign up today at marylandeducators.org/aldigital to win one of three $25 gift cards in our May drawing!Read More >>
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The National Education Association, on behalf of three affiliates of its Florida chapter and seven teachers, sued the state education department this morning, contending that the formula used to assess some teachers in the Sunshine State violates their constitutional rights.
The groups seek an injunction against a recent state law that outlines teacher-evaluation procedures, and against three districts’ specific implementation policies. If granted, it would essentially throw out evaluation results from the 2011-12 year, and for future years until a new system can be devised.Read More >>