June/July Issue of MTA Today

June/July 2010
  • MTA supports state’s Race to the Top application
  • Editorial: You have enriched my life
  • Campaign to cut sales tax threatens vital services
  • Budget sets stage for another tough year
  • Congressional action could save education jobs
  • One day on Twitter
  • Many teachers using social media in the classroom
  • Human and Civil Rights banquet a family affair
  • Change is theme of MTA Annual Meeting
  • New MTA leaders have ambitious goals
  • Clarke is named MTA executive director-treasurer
  • Hall of Fame induction caps teacher’s career
  • Governor fields questions from educators
  • Higher education unions expect new proposal
  • Grant program helps ESPs become teachers
  • A primer on the COLA
  • Repeal of offsets remains a top priority
  • Rules govern post-retirement employment
  • Educators turn out for convention
  • Regional retirement consultations available
  • The risks and rewards of home improvements
  • MTAB helps members save a lot
  • MTA Boston Celtics Honor Roll boosts achievement
  • Professor receives distinguished teaching award
  • MTA’s GLBT Issues Committee promotes awareness
  • Entries flood in for MTA Red Sox Reading Game

June/July Issue

Web Extras:

Andrew Garcia, who is featured in our cover article on social media in education, offers tips for fellow educators on the MTA  YouTube Channel.

You can also view photos taken for the article on the MTA Flickr site.