• Schools Share Impact of 1&1

    The proposed 1 percent educating funding increase each of the next two years would mean larger class sizes, budget cuts, fewer electives and hundred of pink slips across Greater Minnesota.

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    School leaders in Greater Minnesota made their voices clear that MREA should focus on three major priorities during the 2015 legislative session: Facility Fallout, Quiet Teacher Crisis and Early Learning.

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    90 percent of members join and stay because of MREA's ability to keep them informed about what's happening at the Legislature and how it affects their district. Find out why superintendents recommend MREA membership.

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  • Governor Officially Vetoes Education Bill May 21, 2015
    Governor Dayton today officially vetoed the E-12 education bill HF844. He was presented with all the final budget bills at 6pm on Wednesday, May 20. The state’s constitution gave him three days after presentment to either sign, veto, or let the bills become law without his signature. What’s […]