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Oct-Dec 2009 IssueIn this issue:

  • BESE members focus on key issues
  • Editorial: Many reasons to like Mike Capuano
  • Bay State is again #1 on ‘The Nation’s Report Card’
  • Report reveals charter schools’ exclusionary practices
  • MTA members join AFT colleagues for QuEST event
  • MTA wins key changes in education bill
  • MTA partnerships inspire students to succeed
  • New fund promotes single-payer health care
  • SEAM conference builds skills, confidence
  • Schools and colleges fight spread of flu
  • Just for New Teachers event to be held December 4
  • Gathering boosts retiree liaison effort
  • Retirees honor ‘incredibly involved’ contest winner
  • Higher ed conference to spotlight important issues
  • Higher ed contracts at various stages in process
  • Ethics training required for municipal employees
  • EMAC event seeks to build ‘a stronger union’
  • MTA retirees press case for fairness on COLAs
  • NEA Minority Leadership Training event held in Boston
  • Push to repeal offsets continues in Congress
  • Review of insurance coverage a good idea
  • Regional retirement consultations available
  • Nomination papers available from MTA
  • Resolutions Committee accepting proposals
  • Suit seeks health insurance for adjunct faculty members