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Michigan students losing out to other states in reading, math

Michigan students aren’t keeping pace with other states when it comes to showing improvement in areas of reading and math, according to a report by Education Trust-Midwest, a Royal Oak-based education advocacy and research organization. The group used 10 years’ worth of data on the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) given to fourth, eighth and 12th graders.

Protect Children from Unwanted Adult Advertising

Help spread the word; keep children safe while online. Michigan families, especially minors, are becoming inundated with advertisements from alcohol, tobacco, pornography and gambling marketers through different internet and cell phone inboxes. 

NEA’s Cat-a-Van Reading Tour hits Grand Rapids to promote reading

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.—Hundreds of local students got some Seuss-style reading inspiration when they were paid a special visit by the famous feline, the Cat in the Hat, as part on NEA’s Read Across America Cat-a-Van Reading Tour. Designed to get kids excited about reading and sponsored by the National Education Association and Delta Dental of Michigan, NEA’s Cat-a-Van Reading Tour hit the road on February 24 and will conclude on March 14.

NEA’s Cat-a-Van Reading Tour hits Detroit to promote reading

Straight from Who-ville, students at Roosevelt Elementary School in Livonia and Vandenberg Elementary School in Southfield got some Seuss-style reading inspiration when they were paid a special visit by the famous feline, the Cat in the Hat, as part on NEA’s Read Across America Cat-a-Van Reading Tour. Designed to get kids excited about reading and sponsored by the National Education Association and Delta Dental of Michigan, NEA’s Cat-a-Van Reading Tour hit the road on February 24 and will conclude on March 14.

Cat-a-Van reading tour coming to Michigan for Read Across America

The Cat in the Hat is back in Michigan! This year, three schools will be stops on the Cat-a-Van reading tour on March 3 and 4. Again, the Read Across America celebration is a partnership between NEA and Delta Dental of Michigan.

Read Across America Day - March 3, 2014

NEA’s Read Across America Day on March 3 is more than just a one-day celebration of reading on Dr. Seuss’ birthday. It’s an opportunity to focus on an initiative that promotes reading every day. It is also another opportunity to recognize your efforts in making public schools great for every Michigan child.

Members-Only eDues site now available

Thank you for your patience as we made sure the new eDues site was ready for you to access easily and safely. The site is now available. Again, thank your for your patience and your continued support of MEA.

NEA launches Common Core lesson-sharing website

Could you use more than 3,000 classroom-ready lessons created by Master Teachers and built entirely for the Common Core State Standards? NEA's new website, cc.betterlesson.com, can deliver them to you. 

CMU ranked first in online bachelor’s programs; third in education master’s

According to a U.S. News & World Report which ranked the best online programs of 2014, Central Michigan University (CMU) ranked first in online bachelor’s programs and tied for third for its education master’s program. Its online graduate business program ranked 17th. Last year, Central was number 39 in the online bachelor’s rankings.

Good news for the new year

A recent arbitrator decision regarding the payroll deduction of dues and a Michigan Employment Relations Commission (MERC) ruling on ULP charges against Taylor Public Schools and AFT-Michigan both clarify issues that arose over the December 2012 passage of right-to-work legislation. The two decisions are significant developments.

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