MTA Today: Spreading the ‘No on 2’ message
The campaign to defeat Question 2 on the November ballot continues to ramp up, as social media and television ads — along with plenty of one-to-one messaging via phone banks and canvassing — urge voters to keep the cap on charter schools. In June, parent Deborah Keisch, left, and Easthampton teacher Nellie Donohue spoke with MTA member Clare Hammonds about the campaign at her home in Northampton. Also in this edition, you’ll find coverage of the MTA’s ongoing fight against the state’s mandate for District-Determined Measures and “student impact ratings” of educators, along with an Election Guide featuring MTA-recommended candidates for the state Senate and House of Representatives in the September 8 primary.
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