The education plan outlined by Gretchen Whitmer, Get It Done: Better Schools Now for Michigan Students, is built around four themes. To view the full plan, visit gretchenwhitmer.com/education. Quality education from…Details
When MEA recommends a candidate for election, who makes that decision? Members like you. MEA’s Screening & Recommendation (S&R) process places control of MEA political recommendations in the hands of MEA…Details
This week at the NEA Representative Assembly in Minneapolis, 230 delegates from Michigan raised $74,793 for the NEA Fund, the federal PAC dedicated to helping elect friends of public education. …Details
NEA President Lily Eskelsen Garcìa’s passionate opening remarks brought forth waves of cheers and tears at the NEA Representative Assembly, which continues throughout the week in Minneapolis.Details
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.Details