Our goals are to engage, and support new educators.
There is Strength in Numbers
TOGETHER WE CAN DO ANYTHING!!
With NCAE You’re Never Alone
Your membership gives you access to some of education’s most sought-after authorities who provide new and innovative programs you can use in your classroom. With resources that cover classroom management and supports, to more in-depth professional development provided by your local, state, and national affiliates -- you have a team supporting you.
We Fight for Educators
Reach, Teach, and Inspire
Make Your Voice Heard
As trusted professionals, educators are best equipped to make school and classroom decisions to ensure student success. It’s our mission to ensure educators have a seat at the table when education policies are being made. As members of the Association, educators have a powerful voice in creating the policies that affect our students, our schools, and our classrooms.
As a New Educator It's time to Grow Your Network
We’re a community of experienced professionals. Through a variety of online and off-line tools, you enjoy access to valuable resources on classroom management, lesson planning, and a host of other topics. Plus, you’ll make connections with the educators at your school, in North Carolina, and among the NEA’s more than 3 million members.
Membership means less worrying for you and more action from us. NCAE provides advice and professional advocacy on the range of issues you face as an educator: salary, working conditions, evaluation support, legal advocacy, retirement, and member benefits.
Let us help you with any of the following:
- Degrees, Not Debt (reducing your student loan payments and pursuing loan forgiveness),
- Political Advocacy (opportunities to advocate for laws and policies that ensure the schools our students deserve,
- Professional Development (trainings, conferences, and Webinars designed to help you improve your practice),
- Social and Economic Justice (opportunities to improve the conditions our students face inside and outside of the classroom)
- Conditions in the classroom,
- Social justice,
- Parental and Community Engagement,
- Education Policy (testing, funding, etc.)
- Classroom management,
- Access to mentors and/or coaches,
- Access to professional development or professional support