Higher Ed Members Encourage Informed Decisions about College Choices

The MEA Free College Program will end as of February 1, 2020.  You can enroll in classes until February 1, 2020 and complete those courses.  You will not be able to enroll in courses after February 1, 2020.  If you have further questions please contact the MEA Help Center at (866)632-4357.

MEA and MEA-Higher Education Board member Eva Menefee has been advising college students for more than three decades. She and others want union members and their families interested in signing up for MEA’s new free college program to be fully informed about their choices.

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MEA announces recommendation for Tlaib in 13th Congressional District

EAST LANSING – The Michigan Education Association is pleased to announce our recommendation of Rashida Tlaib for election to Congress in Michigan’s 13th Congressional District. “Rashida is a proven fighter who will protect our public schools, support our educators, and ensure all our kids have a chance to learn and thrive,” said MEA President Paula…

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Labor Voices: Whitmer education plan earns high marks

June 20, 2018

By PAULA HERBART/President – Michigan Education Association

Michigan’s public education system was the envy of the country. We provided our schools with adequate funding and led the nation in student achievement.  Families relocated to Michigan for good jobs and a great public school system. As recently as 20 years ago, Michigan led Great Lakes states in education funding and student proficiency. 

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Help stop controversial changes to social studies standards

A committee, which included conservative state senator and gubernatorial candidate Patrick Colbeck (R-Canton), has forwarded recommendations to the State Board of Education for controversial changes to Michigan’s K-12 social studies standards.  Many of these changes remove references to our diverse cultural history that are important for students to learn about, including: References to the Ku…

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