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Collective Bargaining and Member Advocacy

Peter Somberg

Collective bargaining and advocacy enable all stakeholders to work together so that everyone benefits — students, educators, administrators, parents, and the community as a whole. Collective bargaining also gives Association members a genuine voice in their workplace, helping to ensure fair compensation and benefits and enhanced conditions for student learning. To assist NEA and its affiliates and members in promoting and defending collective bargaining, NEA’s Collective Bargaining and Member Advocacy Department (CBMA) has developed resources for a variety of audiences – including members, parents, school board members, the general public, and legislators.

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Professional Pay

Educators deserve fair and competitive compensation for their work.

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Collective Bargaining and Educator Rights

Advocating for better teaching and learning conditions.

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Pensions and Retirement Security

A secure retirement should not be reserved only for the wealthy.

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Health Benefits and Health Insurance

All U.S. residents should have access to affordable, comprehensive health care.

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