Posted on 03/02/15 at 12:10pm

Today and all this month, we encourage adults to pick up a book and read with a child. Michigan Sen. Debbie Stabenow did just that. She recorded two videos with her reading books written by Michigan authors—Grace for Presidentand Meteor!” Let her share her love of reading with your students. Everyone will enjoy the experience! 

Posted on 03/03/15 at 10:45am

And today is also the start of a nationwide search for students 5 to 18 years of age who excel in STEAM—science, technology, engineering, arts and math. In recognition of the 25th anniversary of the book, Dr. Seuss Enterprises and NEA will offer a $10,000 STEAM scholarship through its “Kid, You’ll Move Mountains” promotion. Go to www.nea.org/grants to learn more.

Posted on 02/25/15 at 9:21am

If you believe our schools and safer roads are important to the quality of life in Michigan, circle May 5 on your calendar. On that day, voters will be asked to vote on a proposal that would raise over $1 billion to repair Michigan’s dangerous roads and bridges, while raising $300 million in new revenue for Michigan public schools, funded by a 1-cent increase in the state sales tax.

Posted on 03/02/15 at 2:41pm

Thanks to the efforts of NEA and its members like you, the full House is waiting to vote on a version of H.R. 5, the Republican’s rewrite of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), which restores key elements we’ve been fighting for and makes a bad bill better.

Posted on 03/02/15 at 2:42pm

This is National Breakfast Week (March 2-6) and to raise awareness of the issue of child hunger, the NEA Health Information Network (NEA HIN) has released three new videos and created resources you can use in your classroom and in your school district. 

Posted on 03/02/15 at 2:40pm

Eighteen community colleges will be benefitting from a $50 million grant that will allow them to buy state-of-the-art equipment and provide training in their skilled trades courses. The grant is part of Gov. Snyder’s Community College Skilled Trades Equipment Program that will develop a talent base for skilled manufacturing jobs in the state.

76th House District Winnie Brinks

 

Democrat

Type of Recommendation:  Regular

Winnie Brinks                         

Cell phone:  616 821-1836

Web site:  www.winniebrinks.com

Email:  Winnie@winniebrinks.com

106th House District Ken Hubbard

 

Type of recommendation:  Regular

Democrat

Ken Hubbard                                      

www.kenhubbardforthe106.com

kenhubbard106@gmail.com

(989) 356-3269

32nd House District Sheri Smith

 

Recommended 5-29-12

Democrat

Sheri Smith                                                     

Telephone 586 747-9621

29th House District Tim Greimel

 

Type of Recommendation:  Continuing

Democrat

Tim Greimel                                                   

Cell phone:  248 425-7525

Web site: www.timgreimel.com

Email:  timgreimel@gmail.com

43rd House District Neil Billington

 

Type of Recommendation:  Regular

Democrat

Neil Billington                                                

Cell phone:      248 431-5074

Web site:         www.NeilBillingtonforstaterep.com

Email:  neilbillington43@yahoo.com

16th House District Robert Kosowski

 

Democrat

Type of Recommendation:  Regular

Robert Kosowski                                             

Cell phone:  734 776-0564

Web site:  www.robertkosowskiforstaterep.com

Email:  Robert@robertkosowskiforstaterep.com

23rd House District Tom Boritzki

 

Democrat

Type of Recommendation:  Regular

Tom Boritzki                                       

Cell Phone:  734 612-6974

www.tomboritzki2012.com

Campaign Manager:  Avi Lachhman  avi.lachhman@gmail.com

34th House District Woodrow Stanley

 

Recommended 5-19-12 Continuing Recommendation

Democrat

Woodrow Stanley                               

Email:  wordswithwood@aol.com

I am a product of public education and a ardent supporter.

36th House District Robert Murphy

 

Recommended 5-21-12

Robert Murphy                                              

Cell Phone 586 246-8915

“Our State’s public education system is coming under fire, and is being pillaged by the despicable act of “discretionary spending”.  Our legislators don’t seem to much care, I do.”

39th House District Pam Jackson

 

Type of Recommendation:  Regular

Democrat

Pam Jackson                                                                  

Cell Phone:  248 767-4240

Email:    PamJackson4StateHouse@yahoo.com

http://www.pamjackson4statehouse.com/

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