Anoka-Hennepin Education Association

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Anoka-Hennepin Education Association
Anoka-Hennepin Education Association is listed in the Business & Trade Organizations category in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Displayed below are the social networks for Anoka-Hennepin Education Association which include a Facebook page, a Linkedin company page, a Pinterest page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Anoka-Hennepin Education Association on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 98.

Contact information for Anoka-Hennepin Education Association is:
3200 Main St NW
Minneapolis, MN 55448
(763) 421-9110
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RT @ClickingSticks: When Republicans have the majority ..underfunding our kids is underfunding our future twitter.com/mnhousedfl/sta…


With a $1.65 billion surplus? For shame, @rozpeterson @Jonkoznick @mnhousegop. @LakevilleAreaPS #mnleg†twitter.com/i/web/status/8…


RT @radiochick841: Thank you @melissahortman @EducationMN for leading the charge Public Schools must be fully funded. Our children are cou…


RT @ryannelscain: Not over it yet. I'm still upset. This is why I want to run for office. This is unjust. twitter.com/EducationMN/st…


RT @mnhouseDFL: Minnesota Teachers: Republican Education Plan Will Negatively Impact Our Schools: goo.gl/kfJ9GA

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Have you written Gov. Mark Dayton a note of support yet? House and Senate Republicans are pushing education budgets that don't even cover inflation. Can your school or campus afford more cuts? If the answer is no, speak out. Imagine what your school could lose and tell the governor what that would mean for you, your colleagues, your students and/or community. Tell him thanks for standing strong with public schools. We'll be delivering your notes to Gov. Dayton in the weeks leading up to our Invest in Success Rally for Public Education on May 20. Find instructions here: http://bit.ly/Rally4PublicEd #VoicesforKids #EducatorVoices #BelieveinWeMN

Like and share to thank all the administrative professionals who play such a crucial role in our schools and communities! You are the glue that holds us together!

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Aw yeah! It's that time of year, educators! Don't miss out on BOGO burritos from Chipotle next Tuesday! Spread the word!
Teachers + free burritos = stellar math. On Tuesday, May 2nd we're having our Teacher Appreciation Day, so we’re saying thanks by offering Buy-One/Get-One FREE burritos, bowls, salads, or orders of tacos for all teachers with a faculty ID at any Chipotle location in the U.S. from 3pm til close. Learn more: chipotle.com/teacherappreciation

Watch. Share. State lawmakers may be setting new, higher education budget targets by the end of this week. They need to know those targets should include money for more support staff like counselors, psychologists and social workers -- independent of the funding formula. It's embarrassing that Minnesota is among the last in the nation when it comes to the ratio of students to counselors and other support staff. Our students deserve better. Email your legislators today! http://bit.ly/2ncLBls

Unfortunately, No Child Left Behind slowly chipped away at classtime devoted to the arts, with its pressure to raise test scores. So is it really any surprise our students don't know what a clarinet sounds like when many don't even have ACCESS to art and music classes anymore? Study after study shows the arts are key to student development -- particularly underserved students. Like and share if you agree the arts are a fundamental building block of a well-rounded education!
When it comes to music and visual arts, American teenagers could use some help.