Manchester Education Association
Click on the link below to see pictures of the MEA presentation of the Partner in Education Award. Dr. Chris Martin was the recipient of the award and she is well deserving of it! NEA-NH President Megan Tuttle attended as a special guest, along with Dr. Livingston, Mr. Ryan, Chris’s brother, and Chris’s wife, Karen. This is Megan’s Tweet and a few pictures of the event!
Lucky enough to be at the presentation of MEA’s first Partner in Education award given to Dr. Martin. pic.twitter.com/D5o8Bwoh8I
— NEANHPrez (@NHNEAPrez) October 10, 2017
Check out the Congratulations section in MEA News- our members are being recognized for great things!!!
The Manchester Education Association is the local unit of the National Education Association and the premier professional educator’s association. MEA works collaboratively with colleagues, the parents, and the community to bring about the schools Manchester students deserve. Our research into class size, equity literacy, and organizing for the common good are the focus to help us achieve the best public schools in New Hampshire. With 1110 members, the ability of the MEA to lead changes in the city is unparalleled.
Projects we are launching:
Class size forums
Equity Literacy training for all educators
City Elections Information
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