Upcoming Roundtables for Educators of Color

In the coming weeks, MEA will hold a second round of Roundtable Discussions for members who identify as people of color. Similar discussions yielded strong discussions about the specific challenges and needs facing educators of color throughout Michigan.

All discussions are from 6-7:30 p.m. on the following dates:

· January 19 – Ann Arbor
· January 26 – Bay City
· February 10 – Lake Orion

Dinner will be served – to reserve your spot, register here. For addresses and inclement weather dates for these locations, see this flyer  (NOTE: the Jan. 12 Norton Shores event was cancelled). Contact Dorian Prier-Piloto at dprier@mea.org with any questions.

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