Fund Our Future aimed at passing legislation to increase state ed funding
Learn more about The Cherish Act which would correct years of underfunding of our public colleges and universities.
The MTA represents approximately 18,000 higher education members. They work on the Amherst, Boston and Lowell campuses of the University of Massachusetts system, at nine state universities, and at 15 community colleges. Members include faculty, part-time and continuing education faculty, administrators, librarians and support staff.
"People don’t understand what a difference it makes to have a say in salaries, benefits and policies."
UMass Lowell Professor Sue Kim
Call on legislators to provide sufficient funding for the state’s public colleges and universities at March 21 advocacy day.
Member activism has moved into high gear in the Fund Our Future campaign. This edition features extensive coverage of advocacy...