A social justice conference jointly sponsored by the Lansing Schools Education Association (LSEA) and MEA will focus on energizing people into action.
Two Michigan educators watched in amazement last weekend as 100 students from across the country – including two from their school districts – hammered out a Student Bill of Rights for Safer Communities in Washington, D.C. Grand Rapids math teacher Wendy Winston and Livonia art teacher Heidi Posh each accompanied one student to the Student…
Editor’s Note: For anyone worried about the state of public education—especially if worry is accompanied by a feeling of powerlessness—today’s guest post accomplishes two different goals remarkably well: It entertains and inspires.
Ken Ferguson is a husband, dad, West Bloomfield School Board trustee, and a teacher/consultant for visually impaired students in Grosse Pointe Public School System. He also is a committed MEA member who signed on to be a Political Action Leader in his region.