One cool thing lead to another for MEA member Shawn Murphy and his National Honor Society students when he was planning the group’s biannual trip to Chicago.
Three Plymouth-Canton teachers traveled together to MEA’s Bargaining, Public Affairs & Professional Development conference last week – but they all carried home different lessons.
EAST LANSING – The Michigan Education Association is pleased to announce the following recommendations of candidates for seven Michigan Congressional districts:
On Tuesday evening, NEA President Lily Eskelsen García will be part of a Journey for Justice panel about educational equity in communities of color at 6 p.m. at the Wayne State University campus.
For Mike Shoudy, MEA’s newly named executive director, the union is an organization he loves. But it’s also more than that, he says: a movement, a calling, a force for good.
Last August, MEA member Bob Cindric went on a church mission trip where he found as much as he gave. As a result, he returned to his school district in Michigan with an ambitious new cause.
EAST LANSING – The Michigan Education Association and its Board of Directors are pleased to announce the hiring of Mike Shoudy as the next Executive Director of the state’s largest school employee union.
January 17, 2018
By PAULA HERBART/President – Michigan Education Association
Nearly nine million students attend rural schools — more than the enrollments of New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago and the nation’s next 75 largest school districts combined. These students in Michigan and around the county face similar challenges, like limited access to advanced coursework, medical care, internet access and employment opportunities.
Today marks a major victory for Michigan school employees, as the Michigan Supreme Court unanimously ruled to return more than a half billion dollars illegally taken from school employees in the long-running 3 percent case.