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AFT Michigan Weekly Update

March 2, 2020 Support WSU Lecturers  Over 100 Lecturers and supporters rallied at Wayne State University this past Wednesday to protest the Administration’s sending non-renewal notices [...]

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AFT MICHIGAN HIGHER ED NEWSLETTER

– February 2020 – In this month’s edition, you’ll find articles on: Winter semester organizing fellows hit the streets FNTFO reaches agreement with Ferris State Kalamazoo locals [...]

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AFT Michigan Weekly Update

February 25, 2020 Educators Identify Key Factors in Michigan’s Educator Shortage Last week AFT Michigan, the Michigan Education Association, Middle Cities and Public Policy Associates [...]

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AFT Michigan Weekly Update

February 10, 2020 Sign Up Now for Tuesday’s Teletown Hall with Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson We are so excited to invite you to a Tele-Town Hall with Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn [...]

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AFT Michigan Weekly Update

February 3, 2020 Governor Whitmer Presents 2020 State of the State Address At her second State of the State address, Governor Whitmer laid out her “Plan B” to get Michigan roads fixed [...]

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AFT Michigan Weekly Update

January 27, 2020 Request Your Absentee Ballot for the March 10 Primary! Michigan’s presidential primary is only 43 days away and now’s the time to request your ballot to vote by mail, [...]

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AFT Michigan Higher Education Newsletter

– January 2020 – In this month’s edition, you’ll find articles on: AFT Fighting for Members with Visa Issues FNTFO and UTF Working Together Kalamazoo locals are Hiring a New Organizer [...]

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AFT Michigan Weekly Update

January 13, 2020 Survey for Updating State’s Top 10 Education Plan An online survey is being offered for the public to help review and update Michigan’s Top 10 in 10 strategic [...]

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AFT Michigan Weekly Update

December 16, 2019 Happy New Year! Whether or not you celebrate a holiday in the coming weeks, everyone deserves the time you have off.  You work hard and we hope you enjoy the season with [...]

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AFT Michigan Weekly Update

December 9, 2019 Gov. Whitmer Supports Lawsuit Opposing Public Funding of Private Schools Governor Gretchen Whitmer and Superintendent of Public Instruction Dr. Michael Rice filed a brief in the [...]

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