CEPP staff members provide analysis of education policy and school finance issues to MTA leadership, staff and members.

Our work consists of:

  • Supporting local associations and field representatives in collective bargaining by providing research, data and/or analysis of proposals;
  • Assisting members in their continuing professional education and maintaining licensure;
  • Advocating, monitoring and influencing educational policies at the local, state and national level that solve educational problems and promote educational excellence and to improve local conditions for teaching and learning
  • Collaborating with the NEA Education Policy and Practice Department to exchange information; on programs of national significance, such as federal education policies or inter-state issues.

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Read work we have supported and our own CEPP Publications.

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Questions about a teaching or other educator license? See our page on educator licensure