The Education Minnesota Foundation for Excellence in Teaching and Learning has a unique opportunity for districts and local unions to come together through its Collaboration Lab.
Applications for the second round of professional development grants, as well as science educator grants and second-year classroom grants, from the Education Minnesota Foundation for Excellence in Teaching and Learning are due April 3.
Opportunities for educators: Feb-March 2020.
The American Federation of Teachers will hold its biennial convention July 27-30 at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston.
Plans are underway for the 2020 Education Minnesota Representative Convention, taking place April 24-25 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Bloomington.
Now more than ever, educators need to have their voices heard so that our priorities of strong public schools and support for students remain priorities for our legislators. Educators are the most effective advocates for public schools.
Everyone who works in public education deserves the same things. Respect for their contribution to the care and education of our students.
Cheryl Youakim is a paraprofessional in St. Louis Park and member of Education Minnesota-Support Personnel Assisting and Reaching Kids (SPARK) local union.
The 2020 Minnesota legislative session begins Feb. 11, and while it’s not a budgeting year, there will be plenty of policy bills and some funding debates.
This December, 11 Education Minnesota members became the state’s newest National Board Certified Teachers.