Anoka-Hennepin Education Association

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Anoka-Hennepin Education Association
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3200 Main St NW
Minneapolis, MN 55448
(763) 421-9110

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Standing a century: Carr Lake Schoolhouse celebrates 100 years bit.ly/2vubcsN

The no-homework policy will apply to all elementary school students in the Marion County public school district in Florida - about 20,000 - but not to middle or high school students. Educators, what do you think of a policy like this?
Elementary school students in one Florida school district are going to find a welcome new - but controversial - policy when they return to school for the 2017-18 school year next month: no traditional homework.They are being asked to do one thing to help them academically: Read for 20 minutes a minu...


RT @libraryhat: Beyond #thankful to @EducationMN for sending me to #TEACH17 . I am excited to RUN to school teach my staff & students! @car…


A must read by @TheJLV about the need for educators to see themselves as experts bit.ly/2vs93yy


RT @sjwteach: "If you walk past, it's a standard you accept" - @PeteDominick keeping it real at #teach17 #resist @AFTunion @EducationMN @SP…


RT @pmueller4: @EducationMN memb. standing tall with AFT TEACH Conference-no doesn't mean no. It means not right now. Keep ASKING=UNION ST…

Educators are also fed up with high stakes testing, loads of paperwork, lack of support and having little to no voice or autonomy in their classrooms. We know why teachers are leaving. Let's focus on solutions this coming legislative session. #mnleg
Low pay and other factors are making it harder to recruit and retain good teachers, and students and communities are paying the price.

Education Minnesota shared AFT - American Federation of Teachers's post.
Right on, Randi! Education isn't an individual privilege, it's a right for all. Public systems serve all, private vouchers serve few.
In a blistering speech slated to be delivered to more than 1,400 teachers here on Thursday, American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten likens U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos to a climate-change denier, saying DeVos refuses to acknowledge "the good in our public schools and their foundational place in our democracy."
In blistering speech, union leader says Education Secretary Betsy DeVos refuses to acknowledge 'the good in our public schools'

School districts — hard up for cash — are turning to an unlikely source of revenue: cell towers. As education budgets dwindle, districts are forming partnerships with telecom companies to allow use of their land in exchange for some of the profits. A growing number of parents are concerned about potential health issues from radiation. SOUND OFF: What do you think of this idea?
School districts are making deals with telecom companies to build towers on school property. The agreements give schools a bump in revenue, but what do parents think? And what does the science say?

"I feel like I'll be making the last payment from my grave." On a scale of 1 to 5, 28 percent of respondents NPR Ed's first Teacher Student Debt survey said they were "terrified" about the student loans. Learn more about loan forgiveness and other debt relief options from our Degrees, Not Debt program. We're also hosting a Student Loan Debt Symposium next month. Register today! http://educationminnesota.org/advocacy.aspx#Degrees-Not-Debt
More than 2,000 teachers responded to our survey. Some called their student loan debt "an albatross around my neck," others simply said, "Help!"