April/May 2011 issue of MTA Today now available online


In this issue...

Innovation and collaboration prevail at Revere school
[Watch a video of the Paul Revere Robotics Club.]

Editorial: We must all stay fully engaged
Unions show resilience in face of relentless attacks
Public employees fight to preserve bargaining rights
Top teachers have high hopes for students
Coalition supports revenue legislation
MTA opposes cuts to future pensions
Toner says judgment must guide evaluations
‘Amazing’ ESP is 2011 honoree
Technology educators focus on students’ future needs
State well represented at NEA higher education conference
DESE announces changes in licensure process
Is a better NCLB in our future? That’s partly up to us ...
Librarians call on legislators to provide resources
‘Better Commonwealth’ is theme of Annual Meeting
Annual Report of the Executive Director-Treasurer
MVE program expands as reading game opens season

MTA Today Arpil/May 2011

 April/May 2011 issue

 The MTA and other Massachusetts unions held a rally at the State House on Feb. 22 to show solidarity with public employees nationwide as collective bargaining rights came under broad attack. The event, which focused on the situation in Wisconsin, was one of many recent instances in which organized labor has demonstrated unity and resilience.

Also in this Issue: 2011 Summer Conference Guide

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