Teachers

Van Buren Teacher Vindicated in M-STEP Investigation With MEA Assistance

With the help of MEA, a third- and fourth-grade teacher from Van Buren Public Schools is poised to return to her classroom facing no discipline after being cleared of wrong-doing in an investigation into M-STEP procedures during last spring’s test administration. 

Scholarship Fund Honors Legacy of Former MEA President Larry Chunovich

The late Larry Chunovich, who served as MEA president from 1983-1991, experienced his 15 minutes of national fame in 1990 when seven giggling teenage girls burst into the Kansas City, Missouri, hotel room where he was staying as a delegate to the NEA convention. 

Classroom Resources Abound to Help Teach Women’s History

It’s Women’s History Month, and all sorts of classroom-ready resources are available to help educators bring the richness of women’s experience into their lessons.  This year’s theme is "Working to Form a More Perfect Union: Honoring Women in Public Service and Government,” but activities do not have to be limited to the theme.

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