"The Maine Education Association and the Lewiston Education Association express profound sorrow for the lives lost, and we stand united during this challenging moment, extending our heartfelt sympathy and thoughts of recovery to the victims, their families, and the...
Sacopee Valley Middle School Ed Tech III Among the Finalists for Award Students, educators and community members in MSAD 55 will join their peers across the country to celebrate the National Education Association’s (NEA) highest recognition for education support...
Justices should affirm lower federal courts in Carson v. Makin, decline to force states to fund private schools By: Staci Maiers, NEA WASHINGTON — The 3-million member National Education Association filed an amicus brief in Carson v. Makin,...
MEA Board of Directors reccommends following CDC guidance for back to school safety in the fall.
MEA: A Snapshot
The Maine Education Association is the largest professional association and union in the state of Maine representing more than 23,000 teachers, support staff, professors, pre-service teachers
To learn more about the MEA, visit the MEA About page.
To arrange an interview, please contact MEA Director of Communications, Giovanna Bechard at 207-622-4418 x2205 or via the contact form below. All interviews with the MEA President or others must be arranged through the Communications Department.
Interviews with current teachers or support staff can also be arranged through the Communications Department. Please note: the timing for these types of interviews may not be immediate, as these individuals first priority is working with students. Flexibility will be important if you are seeking an interview with a current teacher or support staff member.
For those seeking headshots of the current MEA president for use in publications or on TV, you are permitted to use the following high-res image. Please credit MEA upon use.
MEA President, Grace Leavitt official photo
From innovation in the classroom to reading success on a school bus to education policy issues that impact teachers and students, the MEA produces three publications that inform and inspire. Check out our three magazines-Maine Educator, Maine Advocate and Inspire, for Young Education Professionals of the MEA.