Calling All MAE Members!

Small-Megaphones-250pxThe Mississippi Department of Education is conducting a series of meetings to gather public input for ESSA! The "Mississippi Succeeds Listening Tour" will visit 7 cities across the state over the next 4-6 weeks.

MAE needs as many local leaders and members to attend as possible.

This is an exciting opportunity for MAE members to make our voices heard and to gather input from community members and educators statewide!!!

Every date will have TWO meetings:  one at 3:30 p.m. and the other at 6:00 p.m.

To view the dates and places and for additional information, click here.  





Mississippi Educator Voices

a project of the Mississippi Association of Educators



Grenada MAE member Danielle Mitchell
"The Lightbulb Moment With Students!"

Listen as MAE member with the Grenada Association of Educators, Danielle Mitchell, 
a 4th Grade English Language Arts and Special Education educator in Grenada, 
speaks excitedly about that "light bulb moment" in a student's life 
and how that drives her as an educator.



Click here to view more videos in the series! 




Welcome Back to School,

Magnificent MAE Members!

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Click here for MAE's Welcome Back to School Newsletter
with resources to jump start your return to a great school year!  



Click below for MAE's

New Teacher Toolkit!


Submit Your Lesson Plan for a Chance at $500!

Interested in winning $500 for your classroom?® is looking for the best lesson plans for teaching students about energy or sustainability. SaveOnEnergy teaches consumers of all ages about the many aspects of energy in our Learning Center through blog posts, videos and infographics. Plus, our Nico the Ninja guides help teach kids about electrical safety and energy savings.

Now it's your turn to create a lesson plan for our second annual Teacher Grant that can help kids learn about energy. We encourage lesson plans that vary in scope and topic, and you're welcome to cite any helpful information you find on the Learning Center. All lessons must check off every requirement on the list to be considered. For more information, go to









Let's help our Louisana family and friends 
who need our assistance. G
o to the 
NEA Foundation website to donate




For more information, click here to read the letter from 
Debbie Meaux, president of the Louisiana Association of Educators.