When the kindergarten students Tequila Laramee was working with couldn’t quite remember their letter sounds, she came up with a song on the spot.
There are new opportunities for educators and other public workers who want to take advantage of the federal Public Service Loan Forgiveness program, thanks to the Biden administration and the work of both our national unions.
Education Minnesota is proud to announce our new and improved website at www.educationminnesota.org, which launched in early November.
The Education Minnesota officers have been visiting local unions and intermediate organizations through the fall, hearing members tell stories in every part of the state about how their work this year feels unsustainable.
Education Minnesota is beginning preparations for its Election 2022 work, which will once again focus on member activism at educators’ worksites and member engagement throughout the process.
Education Minnesota and Metropolitan State University are pleased to offer a grant-funded professional development opportunity for educators in their first five years of teaching during the 2021-22 school year.
Stay up to date, find events, get a digital membership card and more with Education Minnesota’s mobile app. The free app is available for all iOS and Android devices – including tablets.
After seven years as executive director and a long career in education and union advocacy, Sara Gjerdrum has retired.