Teachers Union Wants COVID Vaccine Requirement For All Eligible Students, School Employees In MassachusettsThe MTA is calling for the state to require COVID vaccinations for eligible students as well as anyone working in schools.
'It’s Reckless': Teachers Union Says Mask Guidance Not Strong EnoughThe Massachusetts Teachers Association was looking for a mask mandate regardless of vaccination status.
Baker Admin: Teachers Union Wants To Take COVID Vaccines Away From 'Sickest, Oldest And Most Vulnerable'Gov. Charlie Baker's administration on Thursday slammed the push by the teachers union to secure more coronavirus vaccines for educators.
'A Joyful Day For Educators,' Mass. Teachers Union President Says Of COVID Vaccine EligibilityThe president of the Massachusetts Teachers Association called it a “joyful day” and a “victory” that the state’s educators will be able to sign up for COVID vaccines.
Mass. Teachers Union Slams Plan To Remove Remote Learning As 'Waving A Magic Wand'Massachusetts Teachers Association president Merrie Najimy slammed the state’s plan to bring all elementary school students back to classrooms for in-person learning by April.
'A Slap In The Face': Teachers Feel Slighted By Massachusetts Vaccination PlanTeachers feel they are being slighted in the vaccination process, especially as schools are encouraged to reopen for in person learning five days a week.
Massachusetts Teachers Association Holds Emergency Meeting To Discuss Colleges ReopeningMTA represents 18,000 higher ED faculty and staff from state universities to community colleges.
Mass. Teachers Unions Support Transgender Rights BillsPresidents of the Massachusetts Teachers Association and the American Federation of Teachers said Monday they support the legislation.
Mass. Teachers Union: We'll Back Students Who Opt Out Of Assessment TestsThe state's largest teachers union says students should be able to opt out of high-stakes assessment tests.
State Education Board Takes Over 'Chronically Underperforming' Holyoke SchoolsThe Board of Elementary and Secondary Education voted 8-3 to accept a recommendation from state Education Commissioner to designate the Holyoke schools as "Level 5," or chronically underperforming.