Action needed on federal education funding – join Tuesday night NEA townhall

The U.S. Senate is poised to finally begin taking action on the next round of COVID-19 federal relief, which needs to include additional funding to help states and schools navigate this crisis.

The U.S. House passed the HEROES Act in May, and since then NEA and MEA have been calling on Congress to pass $175 billion to help states manage pandemic-driven revenue declines and meet additional costs for safe reopening of schools.  Please contact your lawmakers in D.C. and urge them to take action immediately!

Register now and join NEA tomorrow evening (Tuesday, July 28) at 7 p.m. ET for a special town hall to learn what educators, parents, and communities can do to advocate for the resources and plans we need to ensure schools reopen safely and equitably.

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Erik Edoff announced as new MEA Senior Executive Director

The Michigan Education Association, the state’s largest school employee union, is proud to announce the hiring of Erik Edoff as its new senior executive director. Following a national search, MEA selected Edoff – who currently serves as Superintendent of L’Anse Creuse Public Schools – for its top staff position, providing executive leadership for MEA, MESSA […]