By Cara Lougheed Michigan Teacher of the Year 2019-20 “I know there’s been a lot of advice against going into education these days, but I have to say I feel…Details
Over the past 18 months, MEA member Nicole Haney has been heart-broken by images of immigrant children in detention – including those separated from their parents for no good reason – so she attended a
rally at the state Capitol to make her voice heard.
Six lucky members who signed up for MEA’s new Staples discount program by the end of June have won a “classroom refresh” random prize drawing. The winners will receive approximately…Details
EAST LANSING – MEA President Paula Herbart blasted the so-called “pensions for potholes” scheme today, and urged public school employees across the state to raise their voices to oppose the risky shell game.
By many accounts, including by some conservative economists like Patrick Anderson, the reckless road funding scheme is irresponsible. Raiding pension funds for road fixes could undermine the retirement of hundreds of thousands of Michigan residents, drive the state deeper into debt, and saddle taxpayers with massive future costs.Details