Upcoming Events –
MEA’s Center for Leadership & Learning has new professional development offerings, and MEA members who participate can choose to receive SCECHs for certificate renewal.
The Center for Leadership & Learning department continues our next book study series featuring the title, An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States. The book study will be held on Mondays from 7:00-8:30 p.m. beginning October 30, 2023. See the attached flyer for the full meeting schedule. Space is limited and the deadline to register is October 26, 2023. For questions, please email Dorian Prier-Piloto at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Center for Leadership & Learning Department will be hosting a virtual Roundtable Discussion for those who identify as Chronically Ill or Disabled on October 16, 2023. A mini-training on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) will also be offered during this discussion. A Survey Monkey registration link is attached to the flyer.
The Center for Leadership & Learning Department will be hosting a virtual Roundtable Discussion for Neurodiversity on October 23, 2023. A Survey Monkey registration link is attached to the flyer.
Substitute Teaching: The Roadmap to Success
Check out a new resource for anyone interested in substitute teaching.
This handbook provides background, best practices and tips to help new and
current subs to be successful in Michigan classrooms.
Public Service Loan Forgiveness
Changes to the federal Public Service Loan Forgiveness program (PSLF) have
resulted in thousands of educators getting relief from student loan debt. Did
you know the deadline for applying to receive the one-year waiver is Oct.
31? Learn more and get important resources at www.mea.org/studentdebt.
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MEA is committed to the professional excellence of our members and the education profession at large – so that EVERY Michigan student can succeed in our democracy and economy, no matter where they live.
That’s why the Center for Leadership & Learning was founded: to provide high-quality professional development and leadership training to the members of the Michigan Education Association, educators in related fields and students considering careers in education.
Centered around our passion for social justice for our students and our members, the Center’s programs focus on helping educators Meet Student Needs and Advocate for the Profession.
Through the time and talents of our highly qualified and skilled members, our professional MEA staff, and other related organizations, we deliver quality instruction to our members that makes a difference for students.