MEA Voice Magazine – December 2020 Issue

Click to view online. In this issue: Above and Beyond: Aspiring Educators Complete Adapted Service Project My View: Eyes Wide Shut Karen Moore: secretary with a purpose Karen Christian: COVID ICU survivor Jacob Oaster: leader, teacher, innovator Amy Quiñones: Charting New Waters Love Virtually (and actually, too) – MEA Members Create Wellness Toolboxes for Students […]

MEA Voice Magazine – October 2020 Issue

  Click to view online. In this issue: ICYMI: Scholarship Program for Essential Workers Above and Beyond – Capitol Area Schools My View: The Awakening Finding Strength in Solidarity Election 2020 MEA Member-to-Member Ed-Tech Webinars Meet Urgent Nationwide Need New MTOY: An Advocate for Educators and ‘Marginalized Voice’ MEA’s New LGBTQ Caucus Off to Good […]

MEA Voice Magazine – April 2020 Issue

Click to view online. In this issue: Above and Beyond Whitmer Tucks Poetry in Her Budget Proposal Educators Propose Solutions to School Staff Shortages My View: Five — My Hope for the Future Panel Advises Governor on Recruiting, Retaining Educators of Color: Member Voices from the Field: Davasha Lobbins Miah Cooper Phu Trieu Cateisha Wardlaw […]

MEA Voice Magazine – February 2020

Click to view online. In this issue: ICYMI – Census 2020 Above and Beyond Get involved in Election 2020 More Districts Tap Lesser Known Funding Source What Money Can Buy: Emmet County – Alanson What Money Can Buy: Ottawa County – Hudsonville What Money Can Buy: Wayne County — Wayne-Westland My View: Four — Who […]

MEA Voice Magazine – December 2019

Click to view online. In this issue: ICYMI – Save with Staples Above and Beyond From Discouraged to Empowered: My Story of Union Advocacy Member-Organizers Make A Difference Innovation: Place-Based Education – One Chapter at a Time My View: Three — ‘Read or Flunk’ Rules Inspire Fear How Do We Solve Educator Shortages? Union Bargains […]

MEA Voice Magazine – October 2019

Click to view online. In this issue: Above and Beyond: Nicole Haney Do You Have a Claim on this Money? MEA Scholarship Opens Inequality Brings Union Gains This is MiNE – Early career educators band together to strengthen colleagues and union New Rochester Teachers Shop Free Supply Store My View: Two–My Third-Grade Questions Call Her […]

MEA Voice Magazine – August 2019

Click to view online. In this issue: #RedForEd Rally: ‘We have to keep going’ Above and Beyond I will never stop loving/recommending/fighting for my profession Amid Benchmarks and Cut Scores, MEA Project Spreads Reading Love My View: One–The Courage of a Teacher In the spirit of Anne Frank, ‘He showed me my voice Travel for Teachers […]

MEA Voice Magazine – April 2019

In this issue: Who Will Listen to Educators Fear, Mistrust, Frustration: Four Years into Michigan’s Punishing Teacher Evaluation Experiment Helping Students See CTE Possibilities ‘Incubator’ Class Nurtures Entrepreneurs Reading Law Moves Toward Retention Budget Activism: Whitmer Makes Push for Spending Plan Budget Activism: Together We Can Seize this Moment Leading Change: Get a ‘Jump Start’ […]