Gov. Gretchen Whitmer averted a government shutdown on Monday by signing a state budget sent to her on the eve
Serving as a state representative isn’t much different from being an elementary school teacher, according to educator-turned-lawmaker Lori Stone (D-Warren),
At the second of two June education funding rallies in Lansing on Tuesday, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer called out Republican leaders
Across the state, MEA members are still excited about the #RedForEd movement we’ve built in Michigan. After the success of
By Brenda Ortega
I remember in June 2013 when Republican lawmaker – now candidate for lieutenant governor – Lisa Posthumus
Thanks in large part to the volunteerism and votes of MEA members and their families across the state, I’m happy
Educators have more time and additional opportunities to provide feedback to both the state and MEA on controversial proposed changes
LANSING - Following last week’s Court of Claims ruling that school employees were owed additional interest on 3 percent of
As Betsy DeVos continues to push an agenda that would erode public education, it’s more important than ever to elect
July 18, 2018
By PAULA HERBART/President – Michigan Education Association
As parents, we’re disappointed when our kids fail to learn something in
Much like Michigan’s roads, the state’s once-proud education system has been neglected over the past eight years as lawmakers pursued
In her travels all over the state campaigning to be the next governor of Michigan, Gretchen Whitmer listens as much
The education plan outlined by Gretchen Whitmer, Get It Done: Better Schools Now for Michigan Students, is built around four themes.
When MEA recommends a candidate for election, who makes that decision?
Members like you.
MEA’s Screening & Recommendation (S&R) process places control of