5 Things to Do With This Information - Education reform

  1. Reprint the backgrounder in communications with members, including e-mail, newsletters, or as a flyer to distribute at an upcoming meeting.
  2. Use the talking points to communicate with members, supporters, legislators, superintendents, school board members, and others.
  3. Ask one member to write a letter to the editor of your local newspaper. Encourage him/her to use the talking points and give him/her these tips for writing letters to the editor.
  4. Contact your state representative and state senator to ask about how you can help him/her learn more about effective education reform.
  5. Watch the education reform symposium on Monday. Go to www.mea.org/edform Monday morning for log-in directions. The symposium begins at 9 a.m.