MIAMI – The bus drivers, maintenance and food service workers – and all the other hard-working men and women of AFSMCE Florida Local 1184 who make the country’s fourth-largest school system happen every day – have approved a new three-year contract with the Miami-Dade Public School system. The contract, overwhelmingly ratified in votes cast at 10 worksites,
Did you know that the wage gap between men and women workers has been narrowing for the past three decades? Great, right? Well it’s not for the reason you might think. It turns out that women’s wages have been stagnant since the 1970s, while men’s wages have been falling! Dr. Elise Gould of the Economic Policy Institute joined members of Congress and labor l
In celebration of MSEA’s 150th anniversary and the contributions that educators have made to their communities throughout the association’s history, MSEA is offering grants to members to enable them to further enrich and improve their communities. These grants are open to all members, and are for up to $500 each.
I Still Have Hope: A Modern View of I Have a Dream MSEA’s Martin Luther King Workgroup is proud to announce the 2016 Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration, which will honor recipients of the MSEA Minority Recognition Awards and the Reginald F. Lewis Student Art Awards. MSEA vendors will be available prior to the event in the lobby area.