• Big Wins for Schools

    MREA successfully advocated for and gained Legislature approval of funding and positive policy changes for the facilities fallout, early learning coordination, the quiet teacher crisis, American Indian students and more.

  • Annual Conference

    Join us in November for Great Beginnings: When Learning Starts Early, Inspires, & Applies, featuring professional development and networking for teachers, administrators and school board members.

  • Why become a member?

    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.

2015 Annual Conference

Join us for high quality professional development and networking with teachers, administrators and school board members across Greater Minnesota. The 2015 Annual Conference focuses on Great Beginnings: When Learning Starts Early, Inspires and Applies.

Area Meetings

MREA has kicked off its statewide tour, meeting with members on the issues that matter to them. Join us as we talk about successes and look forward to the 2016 Legislative session.

Latest News

MREA is the collaboration of Greater Minnesota school boards, teachers, and administrators which puts the education, growth, and development of learners first to bring about our best possible future.

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  • Credentialing Change Threatens Concurrent Enrollment August 28, 2015
    Minnesota’s growing concurrent enrollment (dual-credit) programs for high school students to earn college credit while attending high school is being threatened by recent actions of the Higher Learning Commission (HLC). The Commission is proposing new credentialing requirements for Minnesota’s secondary teachers to teach these college courses under the auspices […]