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Empowering Missouri Educators

The Missouri State Teachers Association is a grassroots independent professional organization committed to educating the state's children by protecting, supporting, and educating over 47,000 Missouri educators and other professionals for more than 165 years.

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Enriching Educators

MSTA offers a variety of opportunities for MIssouri educators to grow in their profession.


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I believe every Missouri teacher should be a part of MSTA. it gives us a voice in government, legal help when needed, and a sense of larger community.

Barbara Jacobs
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Latest Stories


MSTF Names November Classroom Grant Winners

The Missouri State Teachers Foundation named its November classroom grant winners. All MSTA members are eligible to apply for a classroom grant from MSTF. This month s honorees include: Tammy...

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MSTA recommends school districts develop local procedures for quarantine guidance

Redefining close contacts to mitigate the need to quarantine isn t a safety measure, it s semantics, says Missouri State Teachers Association (MSTA) Executive Director, Bruce Moe. This new...

Association News COVID-19 Resources From the Capitol

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MSTA elects new state officers in Virtual Assembly of Delegates

Members of the Missouri State Teachers Association selected the newest statewide officers during the 2020 Assembly of Delegates, held virtually on Sat., Nov. 7.

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Set your region by specifying your Missouri school district. This does not affect your actual region associated with your MSTA membership. This only sets your region while you browse the MSTA website.

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