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|NEA Today Magazine
The Association's flagship publication with a circulation of 2.7 million, explores today's toughest teaching challenges—and solutions. It's an important resource that NEA members look forward to receiving six times a year--September to May.
|This Active Life
This Active Life is a bimonthly magazine for NEA-Retired members. It spotlights retirees and their passions, highlights upcoming events, and raises issues of particular interest to retired members, such as travel, health, Social Security, and more.
Tomorrow's Teachers is an annual magazine for NEA student members. It offers a wealth of resources to those new to the teaching profession. Each issue offers help with job searches, provides classroom tips for surviving the first year in the classroom, recommends strategies for parental and community outreach, and much more.
|Higher Education Advocate
Published six times per year in newsletter format. It highlights trends, legislation, resource material, and local, state, and national news in post-secondary education.
|Thought & Action
NEA's higher educational journal is designed to provide faculty, staff, and students an enlightened balance between theory and practice on issues in higher education. Regular sections of the journal include commentaries, current book reviews, and letters to the editor. It is published once a year.
|The NEA Almanac of Higher Education
The Almanac, published annually, provides NEA higher education members with current information on higher education employment conditions. The Almanac includes national salary data, and up-to-date information on faculty workload, the economic conditions in the states, the number of support personnel on the campuses and their levels of compensation, and trends in bargaining.