Updates from AFT Michigan

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2020 Primary Endorsements

Our primary election is coming up on August 4. Hopefully you have requested (and perhaps already received) your absentee ballot. For a list of our endorsed candidates for the August primary go [...]

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AFT Michigan Weekly Update

August 11, 2020 Thanks to everyone who participated in our primary election. With most of us voting by mail, it was certainly a very different kind of Election Day Tuesday, but we had lots of [...]

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AFT Michigan Releases Guidelines for School Reopenings

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 5, 2020 Schools should not resume in-person instruction until it’s safe for students and educators MICHIGAN – On Wednesday, AFT Michigan laid out their position [...]

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AFT Michigan & MEA Townhall With Dr. Joneigh Khaldun and Public Health Experts

There is a lot of uncertainty and worry right now about how to start a new school year and protect the health and safety of our students, school staff, and our communities. In a video last week, [...]

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The Bottom Line: Education in the fall must be safe and educators must be involved in decisions

I have heard from so many AFT Michigan members across the state who are rightly concerned about our readiness to open schools this fall. I hear you. And here is the bottom line. Schools should [...]

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Help AFT Michigan Move Our Union-Building Program Online

Are you an AFT Michigan member with expertise in online learning who loves the labor movement? If so, your union needs you! AFT Michigan will be moving our Union-Building training series fully [...]

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AFT Michigan Weekly Update

July 20, 2020 “When you see something that is not right, not fair, not just, you have to speak up.  You have to say something; you have to do something” “…find a way [...]

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AFT Michigan Weekly Update

July 13, 2020 UM Physician Assistants Organize with AFT Michigan! AFT Michigan’s newest local is  a union of Physician Assistants (PAs) at the University of Michigan! The union—United [...]

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Higher Education During the Pandemic Should be Mainly Online

As we move closer to the fall semester, community colleges and universities across the state have either announced their fall plans or are working on them, meaning the question of whether and how [...]

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AFT Michigan Weekly Update

July 6, 2020 Safe Schools Roadmap Released last week, Governor Whitmer’s MI Safe Schools Roadmap provides a framework to help districts approach the challenge of maximizing [...]

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