ISEA Retired

ISEA Retired

Continue your ISEA membership after you retire. Click here to learn more about the benefits and cost of retired membership. The benefits include access to NEA Click & Save, the NEA Member Benefits Medicare Supplement insurance and Long-Term Care insurance as well as liability coverage for substitute teaching. Consider joining the 2200-plus ISEA Retired members who continue to reap the benefits of membership.

ISEA Retired members can find the current standing committee members and recent newsletters – the Retired Review -, the current conference agenda, a link to the ISEA Retired Facebook page and information about the Retired Education Friends (REF) Program. Note: you must login first to get access to members-only material. Other publications members receive include NEA Today for Retired Members and the ISEA Communique.

You can find the ISEA Retired (members only) page here.

ISEA Retired members help local associations with their membership drives and recertification votes, lobby legislators during the day while active members are in the classroom and express support for continuation of IPERS. Members can be elected as delegates to the ISEA Delegate Assembly and the late June NEA-Retired Annual meeting. ISEA Retired members already have representation on the ISEA Executive Board and several committees including Better Teaching and Learning, PAC Central Committee, Multicultural, NICE, Protecting Member Rights and the TLC Implementation Task Force.


NEA-Retired membership today is more than 300,000 and we continue to lead the way in public education and on critical issues. We work with NEA members to:

  • Protect and improve retirement pension and health benefits – including state pensions, Social Security and Medicare.
  • Improve public education through mentoring, literacy and intergenerational programs and activities.
  • Achieve legislative and political action goals for education and education employees.

Whether you are already retired or just thinking about retirement down the road, there are many advantages to being an NEA-Retired member. They include:
– Staying connected with fellow NEA members and programs
– Opportunities to share your expertise by volunteering and mentoring
– NEA political and legislative efforts to protect your retirement resources
– Subscription to NEA bimonthly retiree magazine, NEA Today for Retired Members

A variety of member benefits, such as:

o insurance programs
o credit programs
o loan and mortgage programs
o deposit savings accounts
o investment programs

Retired members also:
– Continue their involvement with their state association and the NEA and enjoy new and different activities with former colleagues and new friends.
– Volunteer in community-based programs that help make America stronger.
– Participate in national and regional conferences and seminars.

In addition, NEA-Retired provides its members with a wide range of benefits through NEA Member Benefits.