Alpena Education Association

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Alpena Education Association
Alpena Education Association is listed in the Labor Organizations category in Alpena, Michigan. Displayed below are the social networks for Alpena Education Association which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Alpena Education Association on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 82.

Contact information for Alpena Education Association is:
452 W Baldwin St
Alpena, MI 49707
(989) 356-2711

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Alpena Education Association has an overall ZapScore of 82. This means that Alpena Education Association has a higher ZapScore than 82% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Alpena, Michigan is 36 and in the category is 38. Learn more about ZapScore.

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An Oklahoma teacher panhandling for school supplies brought a national spotlight to an appalling situation. Teresa Danks makes $35,000/year after 21 years of teaching, and she spends $2,000 annually on basic supplies for students. She says: "It matters to me that these Oklahoma kids get the best education. And I'm angered that it does not seem they're as important to our Legislature."
An Oklahoma teacher frustrated by having to dig into her own pocket to pay for classroom supplies took to panhandling to get her point across. Teresa Danks, 50, of Claremore, Oklahoma, has spent the summer shopping at garage sales and thrift stores to stock her third-grade classroom with supplies...

Michigan Education Association shared their photo.
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At the NEA Representative Assembly in Boston, MEA’s Region 9 delegates are making a statement with fashion: “Dear America, Sorry about Betsy DeVos. Sincerely, Michigan.” And read what NEA President Lily Eskelsen Garcia had to say about DeVos in her fiery weekend address: “There will be no photo op.” [http://bit.ly/2uhSNQj] EDITED TO ADD: Due to popular demand, we are working with the designer to offer these shirts more widely for sale -- STAY TUNED!

Michigan Education Association shared their post.
On today's Michael Patrick Shiels show, West Bloomfield computer science and math teacher Kim Abel discusses all the work, professional development, and planning that teachers do during the unpaid summer break in addition to recharging their batteries.
Michigan's Big Show - Michigan's Big Show starring Michael Patrick Shiels. Wake Up! Get your fill on politics, entertainment, sports, lifestyle, travel & everything in between! • We love our listeners - Give us call: 517-485-7925

On today's Michael Patrick Shiels show, West Bloomfield computer science and math teacher Kim Abel discusses all the work, professional development, and planning that teachers do during the unpaid summer break in addition to recharging their batteries.
Michigan's Big Show - Michigan's Big Show starring Michael Patrick Shiels. Wake Up! Get your fill on politics, entertainment, sports, lifestyle, travel & everything in between! • We love our listeners - Give us call: 517-485-7925

Michigan Education Association shared an event.
Building off of the successful Women's Marches in January, this Saturday, July 22, activists will March for Public Education in Washington, D.C. and other cities around the country. In Michigan, marchers will gather in Detroit at Clark Park in Southwest Detroit from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Their goal is to “stop the attack on public education, bring awareness to the repeated budget cuts at the school levels with continual cuts on teachers’ pay, students technology, and the ‘extras’ in schools such as art, and music.” Learn more and RSVP at https://www.facebook.com/events/1955382061358464/
Mission: To demonstrate in a peaceful way the need for public education that is equal for all students. Vision: Public Education will be safe and accessible to all students no matter their socioeconomic status, race, sexual orientation, learning needs, or zip code. To provide resources to parents, teachers, administrators, and students alike. Promoting a higher education and career opportunities in skilled trades. Goal: Stop the attack on public education, bring awareness to the repeated budget cuts at the school levels with continual cuts on teachers’ pay, students technology, and the “extras” in schools such as art, and music. Funding Cost: https://www.gofundme.com/march-for-public-educationdetroit Venue Security Audio/ Stage Permits Porta-potties Shirts/ Swag Publicity
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