MEA members in good standing can submit artwork for an annual art exhibition and sale that results in some pieces being purchased for display at MEA headquarters or regional offices. Entries to the 53rd Annual MEA/Michigan Art Education Association (MAEA) Art Acquisitions Purchase Exhibition will be accepted from Feb. 20 – March 4, 2017. Works…
By now you’ve probably seen or heard about a viral Facebook video that shows in the wake of Tuesday’s election. You might have heard about similar incidents being investigated in DeWitt Schools.
It’s official-Michigan’s new Speaker of the House, Rep. Tom Leonard (R-DeWitt), says one of his top priorities will be to come after educator pensions.
Members of the Grosse Ile transportation union used a $500 MEA/NEA grant to support local athletic boosters in a show of solidarity and community spirit.
Now that the divisive campaign season is behind us, lawmakers should use the lame-duck legislative session to unite and address Flint’s suffering. It is past time to fix the water crisis that continues to damage the lives of Flint residents.
In his work as a school bus driver for Benzie County Central Schools, Marc Rosseels drives 134 miles per day across four counties, over two-lane highways and down dead-end dirt roads – sometimes in challenging northwest Michigan weather conditions. All the while he’s supervising children in the seats behind him through the giant rearview mirror…
Two Holly High School teachers have brought their deepest beliefs about learning to life.
Early Thursday morning in Kalamazoo, well before the start of the school day, dozens of school employees, students, parents, and community leaders gathered outside every building in Kalamazoo Public Schools to send a message: It’s time.
It’s not too late to sign up for a free webinar with Coretta Scott King Honor Award-winning children’s author Karen English – who will talk about her book series “The Carver Chronicles” for children in grades 2-4.