More than 100 MEA and AFT Michigan members and leaders held a candlelight vigil outside the Capitol on Wednesday evening and later went inside to lobby their representatives and watch from the gallery as a controversial A-F school grading bill
EAST LANSING – The following can be attributed to MEA President Paula Herbart regarding the State House’s passage of HB 5526:
“Early this morning, the House of Representatives passed another so-called ‘education reform’ bill that does nothing to support struggling schools or
A bill to keep standardized test scores from taking on even greater importance in the lives of teachers and students in Michigan passed the state House on Wednesday following a months-long push by MEA and other education groups.
Hundreds of educators and
An unsettling experience being trapped on an elevator in the Michigan Capitol morphed into a moment of inspiration for four Ypsilanti high school students touring the Capitol with classmates and their government teacher, a local MEA leader.
The Lincoln High School