MEA statement on legislation allowing concealed weapons in schools

EAST LANSING – Michigan Education Association President Paula Herbart issued the following statement today on Senate consideration of SBs 584-586, allowing concealed weapons in schools: “MEA strongly opposes this legislation for the safety of students and school employees alike.  Education and parent groups have joined us in opposing this misguided legislation because they too understand…

Attend Tuesday Evening 3% Vigils; Wear Red Wednesday for Supreme Court Hearing

Tuesday evening, MEA and AFT Michigan members will join together at Flashlight Vigils across the state to “Shine a Light” on the long-running 3% case. Learn more about (and RSVP for) the vigils happening around sunset on Tuesday, including one outside the Michigan Supreme Court in Lansing on the eve of oral arguments in the…

Contact Representatives TODAY about Charter Money Grab, Certification Attack

The State House is considering two bills that MEA members need to speak up on right away! Last Thursday, a House committee voted to send SB 574 to the full chamber for consideration. This bill would give for-profit charter schools a cut of regional enhancement millages that voters approve to supplement funding for neighborhood public schools.…