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An updated Michigan Code of Educational Ethics has been approved by the Michigan Department of Education (MDE) to guide local policy and decision-making beginning this school year.
Adapted from a model code developed by a national panel of practicing teachers and

In case you missed it… Last week Bridge magazine published a series of articles detailing one of the concerning consequences of our state's teaching shortage—uncertified substitute teachers filling long-term and permanent roles in our schools.



During her keynote speech at MEA’s Summer Conference last week, MEA President Paula Herbart blasted the so-called “pensions for potholes” scheme and urged public school employees across the state to raise their voices to oppose the risky shell game.

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