MEA: Supreme Court should side with public school employees in 3 percent case

After seven years of delays, more than $550 million remains withheld from school employees

LANSING – The Michigan Education Association today called on the Michigan Supreme Court to side with public school employees as oral arguments are held in the long-running “3 percent” case, in which more than $550 million was taken from school employees’ paychecks from 2010-12.

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.…