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April/May issue of MTA Today

In the April/May 2010 Issue:

  • Students vie for academic honors on MTA-sponsored shows
  • Editorial: Our principles and a pot of gold
  • Fight continues for single-payer health care
  • Commentary: Public good and public will
  • PHENOM campaign seeks support for colleges, UMass
  • Higher ed members meet with top state officials
  • Campaign presses legislators to honor contract promises
  • College enrollments hit new highs
  • A Q&A with education historian Diane Ravitch
  • Educators in Level 4 schools face difficult challenge
  • MTA opposes ‘unnecessary and unfair’ pension bill
  • Activism is theme of MTA ESP Conference
  • Members lobby for fairness on health insurance
  • Collaboration is key to Springfield effort
  • Drivers and cell phones: a dangerous mix
  • MTAB Web site highlights places to go, things to try
  • Good reasons to belong to MTA Retired
  • Regional retirement consultations available
  • Offset repeal effort continues in Congress
  • State House event highlights need for library funding
  • Annual Meeting agenda features issues, awards
  • Annual Meeting schedule of events
  • Annual Meeting business session agenda
  • Statement by MTA presidential candidate Paul F. Toner
  • Statement by MTA presidential candidate Paul J. Phillips
  • Statement by vice presidential candidate Timothy D. Sullivan
  • Guidelines for alternative nomination process, caucuses
  • Executive Committee seat sparks contest
  • Statements by candidates for Executive Committee, Board
  • Amendments to resolutions are recommended
  • Proposed amendments to MTA standing rules
  • Proposed amendments to MTA bylaws
  • Human & Civil Rights Awards Banquet reservation form
  • Annual Report of the Executive Director-Treasurer
  • New season opens for MTA Red Sox Reading Game
  • Honor roll honoree’s generosity helps program thrive