Nominations are open until Sept. 25 for the next Education Minnesota Education Support Professional of the Year.
Every October, educators from across the state get ready for the biggest professional development in Minnesota—Education Minnesota’s MEA conference in downtown St. Paul.
In its most recent term, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a number of decisions that overturned longstanding precedent on a host of hot-button social issues, including abortion, vouchers, religion in schools and gun control regulations. The following is a summary of three decisions that have the greatest potential impact on the rights of Minnesotans and Minnesota educators.
Education Minnesota’s Educator of Color Forums are the creation of Education Minnesota’s Ethnic Minority Affairs Committee (EMAC), an advisory body that focuses on ethnic minority issues in Minnesota schools.
For 30 years, the Education Minnesota Foundation for Excellence in Teaching and Learning has been supporting educators and students through grants – funding close to 2,000 projects at more than $4.5 million.
Leaders of the Education Minnesota-Mora EASRP local union knew they had to approach bargaining differently this year.
President Denise Specht and Secretary-Treasurer Rodney Rowe took office for a fourth three-year term July 1. They are joined on the leadership team by new Vice President Monica Byron, an elementary teacher from Richfield.