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The Morris County Council of Education Associations, Inc. (MCCEA) is a group of elected and appointed NJEA and NJREA members that work in Morris County, NJ. Our goal is to provide communication between NJEA and it’s local organizations, keep the membership informed and provide development of teachers, opportunities and the NJEA, ultimately benefiting the children of Morris County.

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UPCOMING EVENTS!

**2015-16 dates are up!  Details for all

events to follow!**

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DIRECTIONS

From Route 80 and North/Western New Jersey

Take Exit 28 for Route 46 E toward Route 10/Ledgewood/Lk Hopatcong and merge onto Landing Rd, and then continue onto Route 46 E. After approximately 1 mile, stay right onto Route 10 E. Follow this for 5.3 miles and the office building will be on the right, .3 miles beyond the Center Grove Rd traffic light and intersection and one drive way past Meadow Wood Manor.

From Route 287 and South/Eastern New Jersey
Take Exit 39B to merge onto Route 10 W/Mt Pleasant Ave toward Dover and continue for 8.1 miles. Make a U-turn from the left lane at the traffic light for the Center Grove Rd intersection. The office building will be on the right, .3 miles beyond traffic light and one drive way past Meadow Wood Manor.

Entrance and parking are in the back of the building. Suite 12 will be the first on your right inside the main door.

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