Area Teachers Offering Ideas To Fix State's Education Problems

By: News 10
By: News 10

Teachers and education officials will offer Governor Snyder their solutions to Michigan's Education problems.
Michigan Education Association representatives and a St. Johns teacher will be in the Governor's office to deliver their plans titled the "MEA's A-Plus Agenda".
Snyder asked for teachers to send in their ideas.
About 50 teachers and school employees heeded the governor's call by writing letters to him through the MEA Voice magazine.

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  • by Greg Location: Lansing on Feb 14, 2011 at 07:52 AM
    I thought the state already had a group of employees who do just this? Come up with ideas and plans to educate my child. So now we need a volunteer group to correct the state employees errors. Why would the Department of Education care about what teachers say. Because the Governor is telling them to listen? Governor Snyder: If we need volunteers to fix this state than why are we continueing to pay the current employees? Why not a state run by volunteers? Heres a nobal concept.
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