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Safe kids, safe schools focus of Bullying Prevention Summit

The Michigan School Safety and Bullying Prevention Summit will be held at the Kellogg Center in East Lansing on Monday, April 28 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Michigan gets $16.7 million to help low achieving schools

Michigan will be receiving $16,757,681 to help the lowest performing schools in the state. The money is part of a “School Improvement Grants” program established by the U.S. Department of Education.

'Boost Breakfast' regional trainings feature national child nutritionist

Research shows that a successful school breakfast program improves student attendance, reduces classroom behavior problems, and help students do better academically. School employees are an integral part of such a program. That's why Michigan Team Nutrition and the United Dairy Industry of Michigan need your help.

Last year of MEAP testing shows continued improvement in fourth grade reading scores

Fourth graders improved their reading test scores for the fourth year in a row according to the Michigan Department of Education's release of the Fall 2013 MEAP scores. The scores show the reading levels of students at the end of third grade and are broken down by school districts. 

MEA Help Center temporary change of hours

The MEA Help Center will be not be available for live call assistance beginning March 3 through March 16 from 7:00 pm to close (8:00 pm). Members may still leave voicemail and their calls will be returned as quickly as possible.

Learn more about DACA through NEA webinar

The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals and Undocumented Students (DACA) was created by President Obama in June 2012. It allows young people who were born abroad to stay in the United States without fear of being deported and pursue their dreams of giving back to the country they now call home. So far, more than half a million youth have taken advantage of the program.

Top 10 Critical Education Issues for 2014

Education Week blogger, Peter DeWitt, is an education writer and a principal on leave from his position in New York. His articles have appeared in state, national and international education journals. His latest blog post reviews what he believes are the most critical issues facing education in 2014 that need our attention.

Michigan leads the nation in hiring of part-time faculty, administration

Increasing tuition, devastating cuts in state aid to higher education, and an increase in student loan debt are not the only problems facing higher education.

Welcome to MEA's Members Only Site

Access many of the advantages of MEA membership through this site exclusively for MEA members.

 

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Join the NEA Great Public Schools Network as an online leader

What’s your area of expertise? Classroom management? Bilingual education?  Teacher evaluation?

If you’re knowledgeable on these topics and others of interest to educators, then you may be the online leader that the NEA Great Public Schools Network is looking for.

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