The Norfolk County Teachers Association is the oldest teachers’ group in the country, was founded by Franklin’s own Horace Mann. The NCTA is an organization dedicated to the service of teachers and students. Low-cost graduate level courses, $9,000.00 in grant funding, $8,400.00 in student book awards, $6,000.00 student scholarship awards, and an annual meeting with the local presidents are just a few of the programs that NCTA has designed, supported, and funded throughout the years. Each year the ‘sold out’ Annual Awards Dinner honors teachers, laypeople, and students. During the evening, awards are presented. All is made possible with the membership fee of only $8.00 and the efforts of the dedicated Board of Directors and Officers. It takes everyone’s energies, ideas, involvement, and engagement to plan and implement the varied outstanding NCTA Programs.
NCTA Mission Statement
The Norfolk County Teachers Association is a non-profit educational organization that creates opportunities for learning and recognizes outstanding accomplishments within the educational community for its members in an ever-changing profession.