June-July issue of MTA Today
U.S. Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren greeted MTA members at Salem State University on May 4. With her in the dining commons at Marsh Hall are, from left, Julius Wayne Dudley, a retired Salem State professor; Amy Everitt, president of the Massachusetts State College Association chapter at Salem State; and Tim Van Wey, a member of the Andover Education Association, who is shaking Warren’s hand. Warren addressed delegates at the MTA Annual Meeting on May 12 and won the party’s endorsement at the Democratic State Convention on June 2. For coverage, please see page 5.
The delegates to the Annual Meeting re-elected MTA President Paul Toner and Vice President Tim Sullivan and took other actions; coverage is on page 6.
In this issue...
Legislative alternative to initiative is developed
Educators unite to support Warren’s election
Toner and Sullivan re-elected to top MTA posts
Annual Meeting features debate, action and awards
MTA hits ‘refresh’ on its website
Members march in Pride Parade
Human Relations Committee honors four members
Interactive map highlights local revenue shortfalls
French teacher wins top statewide honor
Marcus elected to three-year term on NEA Board
Amity celebration draws crowd to Greenway
Make sure you have the right insurance
MTAB offers summertime savings
‘29 Who Shine’ are applauded
Issues are on the menu at retiree breakfasts
Law leads to pension and buyback changes
Contest inspires students to keep reading
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