About the MTA Web site
Massteacher.org has been designed with our 110,000 MTA members in mind. We understand that educators are busy people and that you come to the website with specific tasks in mind:
The site's new navigational structure has been designed to help you find the answers to those questions. And an enhanced search system should make is easier and more enjoyable to browse around and find items of interest.
The Managing Your Career section has information for members at all stages of career development -- student teaching through retirement -- as well as special interest sections for higher education members, Education Support Professionals and those new to the profession. A section on Certification and Licensure will help all members through the maze of state regulation. Teaching and Learning features the latest news in educational research, notices of conferences, workshops and grants, and links to Internet sites with classroom tips and resources.
features the latest news in educational research, notices of conferences, workshops and grants, and links to Internet sites with classroom tips and resources.
Visit the Advocating for Public Education section for information on MTA's legislative programs and links to contact your state representative or senator.
MTA Leaders (local association presidents and MTA board members) will find news and documents essential to their role in the Leaders section.
We welcome your comments and questions as we continue to develop this site. Please contact Sarah Nathan, web content manager, 617-878-8306 or by e-mail, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The MTA does not retain information about individual users and their use of this site.
The number of times individual pages are accessed, the browsers used, the source of access, access speed and the number of unique visitors to the site are recorded. The information is used to help create more efficient and interesting content.
Persons who make comments or request information via the site's Contact function, are required to provide their name, whether or not they are an MTA member, and their e-mail address. No use is made of this information other than to respond to the requests.
The MTA does not sell or otherwise provide members' personal information to third parties.