Vote YES to Recertify the MTEA Noon, Nov. 6 – Noon, Nov. 26, 2019

Voting Open NOW through Nov. 26!

ALL Teacher unit educators (Teachers, School Social Workers, Speech-Language Pathologists, School Counselors, School Nurses (Registered Nurses), Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Coaches, Mentors, Library Media Specialists), Educational Assistants (Paraprofessionals, Safety Assistants, Interpreters, General Assistants, Parent Coordinators), and Bookkeepers should vote in this election.

Click here to download “I am Voting YES To Recertify MTEA” Poster

Click here to download “I_Voted_YES_To_Recertify_MTEA_Poster”

If you don’t vote, it counts as a NO! You don’t have to be an MTEA member to vote!

VOTE YES to show our union power and RECERTIFY the MILWAUKEE TEACHERS’ EDUCATION ASSOCIATION! 

A YES vote means the MTEA will continue to represent you in collective bargaining with MPS.

To win this election, 51% of ALL employees in each unit represented by the MTEA must vote YES.

Vote online or by phone:

Starting Wednesday, November 6 at noon, go to www.aaaelections.org/WERC and click on the voting link, or call 1-866-458-9862 to cast your vote. Voting ends Wednesday, November 26 at noon!

Be prepared to provide:
* Last 4 numbers of your Social Security number
* First 4 letters of last name on file with MPS
* Confirm vote for Milwaukee Teachers’ Education Association (MTEA)
* Do not hang up until you have voted and then hear “Thank you for calling the Wisconsin Employment Relations Commission automated election voting line.”

CLICK HERE TO VOTE!

Recap: National Walk-Ins for the Schools All Our Children Deserve

Walk-In_Milwaukee_Cooper-300x169Recap: National Walk-Ins for the Schools All Our Children Deserve

To the thousands of parents, students and teachers who joined the national walk-ins…
THANK YOU!

Last October at the Advancing Racial Justice in 2015 conference in New Orleans, The Alliance to Reclaim Our Schools announced the launch of a national campaign to win the schools all children deserve.

After months of planning and building, February 17 marked the first big action in that effort. It was quite the time!

40,000 people participated in walk-ins on and around Feb. 17 at 838 schools in over 30 cities. We want to say a huge thank you to every student, parent, educator and community member who turned out! 

Together we demanded high quality, well-funded public schools, a stop to the state takeovers of school districts, an end to over-testing, accountability for the charter school industry, and racial justice and restorative justice in every school. We sent a powerful message to the enemies of public education, unified our base, and pointed a way forward!

To read more and view video and photos, click here .  Thanks to The Alliance to Reclaim Our Schools for posting videos and photos.