Professional Development Opportunities in December 2022.
Education Minnesota’s 2023 Collective Bargaining and Organizing Conference looks to give members the tools they need to fight for what their students and themselves need.
Education Minnesota’s first-ever EMAC Summit was held Oct. 20-21 with dozens of educators of color from around the state coming together to network, share and learn.
Education Minnesota saw more of its local unions get involved in school board and levy and referendum elections than ever before this fall. Unfortunately, those results were less than sweeping for pro-educator and pro-funding schools, but Education Minnesota members worked hard and made differences in many areas.
The 2023 Minnesota Legislature convenes Jan. 3, and with pro-public education majorities in both the House and Senate, Education Minnesota will be pushing them to pass the multi-billion-dollar investment in public schools needed to support educators, schools and students across the state.
#EdMNVotesInAction – Education Minnesota members across the state got involved with this election because they knew public education and collective bargaining were on the ballot.
Minnesota will have pro-public education majorities in the Minnesota House and Senate, as well as former teachers in the governor’s and state auditor’s office again. The results of Election 2022 show the impact of educators getting involved all across the state.
KimEl Henry can be found walking the halls of Andersen United Middle School in Minneapolis every day with an important task—making sure every student feels respected, seen and heard.