The League of Extraordinary Educators organizes and mobilizes our union to take solidarity action at the workplace, politically, legislatively and in the community. The League is made up of retirees, teachers, faculty, support staff and grad employees  — bursting out of our comfort zones to reclaim the promise of public education in Michigan.

Members of the League will be asked to make calls, knock on doors, connect with community allies, raise funds, receive & send text messages, talk to coworkers & neighbors, march in solidarity with other workers, and whatever else is needed to win.

I Hereby Join

The League of Extraordinary Educators

To fulfill our collective obligation to help all children succeed through public education, strengthen our communities, and advance the common good, I hereby join the League of Extraordinary Educators. Call me to make calls, knock on doors, raise funds, receive/send text messages, talk to coworkers and neighbors, vote in elections, and whatever else may be needed to win!

The League Taking Action

League Blog

Register for Understanding the Corporate Lobbies’ Attack on Public Education

Over the past decade, unions have been under attack in state legislatures across the country. ...

Black Friday Rally at Dearborn Wal-Mart

Walmart workers are taking on the wealthiest family in the country. Walmart is the largest...

Organizing Conference Brings Together Members & Community

On October 24, AFT members from across the state gathered at EMU to build our...

Successful Solidarity Action on July 30 in Detroit

By Bruce Ewen. AFT Local 2000 member and Economics Professor and member League of Extraordinary Educators...

Support Informational Picket Boycotting Driscoll Berries at Midtown Whole Foods Market

by Bruce Ewen, AFT Local 2000 Member, Economics Professor and League of Extraordinary Educator member...
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