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Calling on All Educators to Join the Maryland Retired School Personnel Association

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AARP’s commitment to educating and advocating for people over 50 started with the National Retired Teachers Association (NRTA), which represents the interests of educators 50 and older. The organization has a national network of nearly a million retired educators and school personnel. 

AARP Maryland urges retired educators to stay involved by joining the Maryland Retired School Personnel Association (MRSPA), a chapter of NRTA. 

AARP Maryland is working with the MRSPA on tele-town halls and video chats to advise parents and grandparents who are supporting students’ distance learning during the pandemic. 

The educator community has a long history of working with AARP, including advocating on behalf of retired educators, doing community outreach and collaborating on programs such as AARP Fraud Watch Network and AARP Foundation Drive to End Hunger.  

Learn more at mrspa.org.

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