AEA Arizona Customer Service Numbers

  1. Inquires: 602-264-1774

  2. Alternative: 800-352-5411

  3. Head Office Location: Arizona Education Association 345 East Palm Lane Phoenix, Arizona 85004
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What is AEA Arizona in the Process of?

AEA Arizona is an educational organization which stands for Arizona Education Association which was established after the protest against the previous books of education in the year of 1892. AEA Arizona is dealing with over than 20,000 members as a leading organization of the city Arizona. AEA Arizona took forward the advance education skills through the help of the public schools and private schools, and other private institutes in order to raise up the graphs of the education and also increases the knowledge of sources among the education staff. As the part of the AEA Arizona, people can find out the maximum staff from the local school teachers, secretaries, retired educators, college professors, speech pathologists, counselors, drivers and student teachers which are related to the over than 150 associations of Arizona. AEA Arizona also render its great role in the legal services through which people find improvement in the reporting misconduct, free speech, interpreting policies, child abuse, employment discrimination, employee rights for teachers and requesting public records and many others.