MTA Bylaws, Standing Rules & Resolutions
MTA members, you are the MTA. Your voice defines our organization. Your action is what makes us strong.
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.
A proposal for a new resolution or revision of an existing one may be submitted by any member.
Proposed resolutions may also be submitted prior to the end of business on Friday, May 4, at the Annual Meeting of Delegates. The committee may also propose resolutions.
All resolutions submitted are considered by the Resolutions Committee, and those submitted by the initial January deadline are also brought before the Board of Directors.
To become the official position of the MTA, a resolution must be adopted by the delegates to the Annual Meeting.
Chair: Matthew Bach
Staff Consultant: Laura Barrett, firstname.lastname@example.org
Staff Assistant: Janice Morrissey, email@example.com