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Teacher Truths: You will not lose seniority or tenure if you resign from the union

Please share with any educator you may know to help dispel these pesky misconceptions! #TeacherTruths

Minnesota educators interested in resigning from union membership only have until September 30 to make their decision. Otherwise, their membership automatically renews for another year.

In order to help you make…

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Teacher Truths: Quality liability coverage is available outside of union membership

Please share with any educator you may know to help dispel these pesky misconceptions! #TeacherTruths

Teachers in the classroom today are operating in often unpredictable and increasingly chaotic environments. Like all professionals, it is a good idea for teachers to protect themselves with liability coverage. But many educators are not…

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Minnesota Teachers: Last full week of opt-out window

Educators, we hope the new school year is going smoothly so far! Now that your classrooms are set up and lesson planning is underway, it’s time to think about your options regarding union membership.

If you already created your opt-out letter, you can submit it today…

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‘If I leave my teachers’ union, who will defend me?’

Educators weighing their options regarding union membership are often presented with misinformation on what happens outside of belonging to a union.

“The union is the only way you will be legally protected!”

“Only the union protects you from a principal who doesn’t like you!”

“Only the union provides in-person support!”

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Teachers: Do you know your rights when it comes to union membership?

While teachers have had a newly restored freedom of choice when it comes to union membership for over a year now, there is still an information gap regarding this choice and what it means for teachers.

According to a recent Teacher Freedom Project poll conducted by…

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MN Educators Have Excellent Options for Non-Union Protection

Minnesota educators looking for a non-partisan, non-union option to provide them with liability insurance, job protection coverage, and professional development have excellent options to choose from. The Association of American Educators (AAE)—the largest national, non-union, professional educator organization—has become a premier option for teachers, administrators, paraprofessionals, education support staff, and college professors interested in belonging to an association that empowers educators to advocate for themselves and their students.

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It’s Day 4: There are liability coverage options outside of the union

Minnesota teachers want protection against allegations that could threaten their career. And in the wake of the Janus decision, teacher associations want educators to know they have options for excellent liability insurance.

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Teachers: You do not need to meet with your local union rep to opt-out this week

Minnesota teachers who are choosing to exercise their First Amendment rights and resign from union membership are being told they need to meet with their local union official before they can opt-out. This meeting is not required under the law, teacher contract, or under the union membership card.

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Top Concerns of Teachers Answered: Liability Protection & Local Union Donation Option

Minnesota teachers who do not belong to the union can get affordable liability coverage and support their local union. Here is how.

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