MTA’s resolutions are the organization’s statements of principle on issues relating to members, public education, the welfare of students and human and civil rights.
MTA members, you are the MTA. Your voice defines our organization. Your action is what makes us strong.
The MTA Resolutions Committee is highlighting some of the MTA’s resolutions to remind us all of what our union stands for. If these words inspire you, tell a friend, tell a colleague, or even submit a new resolution.
A proposal for a new resolution or revision of an existing one may be submitted by any member.
The initial deadline for submissions to the Resolutions Committee is Friday, Jan. 13.
Go here to see all of MTA’s resolutions.
About the Resolutions Committee
MTA's resolutions are adopted by the Annual Meeting of Delegates as its formal expression of opinion, intent, belief, or position to guide the MTA, its members, Board of Directors, Executive Committee, and other groups within the MTA structure.
Chair: James Kobialka
Staff Consultant: Laura Barrett, email@example.com
Staff Assistant: Janice Morrissey, firstname.lastname@example.org