As an educator, you must be prepared to meet the increased demands of students, parents, and communities in the 21st century. That’s where your professional association comes in. Through workshops, trainings, research, and grants, MSEA provides members like you with valuable resources to help you become a confident professional on the job.
Local affiliates may request assistance from MSEA School Quality to offer a variety of professional development for its members. Click here for more information about the process.
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Deena Graves from Traffick911, a non-profit organization working to prevent human trafficking, will discuss human trafficking and its presence and impact in our schools and on our students. There will be time for Q&A as well as light refreshments.
Registration Deadline: April 30
At the 2014 Summer Leadership Retreat activists from across the state will receive tools, resources, and training to help move our profession and association forward.