Education Minnesota President, Denise Specht’s message: Recently, a MinnPost reporter published the worst kept secret when she quoted my tweet about our union’s plans for the spring of 2021.
Winona State University aspiring educators showed Winona Education Association members around their new Education Village buildings on campus
Education Minnesota has been working on educator retention legislation at the state Capitol, including producing a research paper on recruitment and retention strategies.
More than 250 Minnesota State College Faculty union members have filed $1.6 million worth of claims for lost wages as part of a settlement reached in May with the Minnesota State system of colleges and universities.
Education Minnesota reshaped its election work in 2018, focusing on getting out the vote at the worksite level. While the union still supported pro-public education candidates, the focus on activism and building power at the worksite was the core of our electoral success.
The National Education Association Representative Assembly, the major decision-making body for the NEA, will take place next July 2-6 in Atlanta. Filing forms can be found in the print edition of the December/January Minnesota Educator.
Education Minnesota is committed to working with locals to identify and prepare members to become the union leaders of tomorrow through our Emerging Leaders Program.