Metropolitan Nashville Education Association
The Metropolitan Nashville Education Association (MNEA) is the largest teacher organization in Nashville and Davidson County and was founded on April 15, 1964 upon the consolidation of Nashville City Schools and Davidson County Public Schools. MNEA replaced the Education Council, a consortium formed in 1959 by the Nashville City Teachers Association, the Nashville Teachers Association, the Davidson County Education Association, and the Davidson County Education Congress. However, MNEA's history of working for teachers and students in Nashville dates back to 1895!
Our mission is to promote excellence in Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools, seek community support for public education, secure economic and professional security for educators, maintain a strong united teaching organization, advance human and civil rights in education, and empower teachers!
MNEA Annual Awards deadline in April 15 at 5:00 p.m.
Click here for information on our awards--deadline April 15 of each year.
MNEA is here to serve Nashville's teachers!
Our Nashville-based staff is available Monday through Friday to answer all of your questions. Feel free to call us at 615-726-1499. We look forward to hearing from you. Were you a Student NEA member last year and a member of MNEA this year? If so, fill out the rebate form!