2012 - 2013
MSEA offers workshops and trainings for members on important public education issues such as school quality, student achievement, the achievement gaps, new teacher retention, collective bargaining, cultural diversity, classroom management, new teacher retention, and more.
Through leadership development programs, MSEA connects with members eager to deepen their understanding of how MSEA represents and protects members and how MSEA’s leadership on public education issues plays out with elected officials at the local and state level.
MSEA has scheduled trainings throughout the year. Other trainings are available by request and can be tailored to the specific needs of a local association or school. More than 40 trainings by request are available from MSEA ranging from Developing Cultural Identity, to The Role of ESPs in Closing the Achievement Gaps and Legal Rights and Responsibilities for Educators, plus many more.
You can search for professional development opportunities by topic, by request, and by month through the links below.
- Trainings available by request
MSEA offers flexible programs and trainings that can be customized to meet the needs, schedules, and locations of our local affiliates. Contact your local association for more information.
- Trainings by month
See MSEA’s annual schedule of professional development and organizational training opportunities in the Events Calendar.
Would you like a workshop or training on an issue or subject not listed in this guide? Contact your local association president or MSEA UniServ director.