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2015 MASA Nominations to the Board Now Open!

The 2015 MASA Award Nominations are Now Open!

The 2015 MASA Legislative Platform
As advocates for children, MASA shapes and influences the state education agenda.  We encourage you to use this document to help guide your conversations with legislators and community members in the coming months.

• 2015 MASA Jobsite Online Join Today!

Post unlimited job vacancies, for all levels of positions. The MASA Jobsite Online is well managed with daily attention to detail and customer service.

The cost of an annual subscription is less than just a couple of advertisements placed in the Minneapolis Star Tribune or Pioneer Press newspaper.  Also, the Department of Education recognizes the MASA Jobsite as a valid advertisement when a district is seeking a variance for a teacher in a specific subject.

Are you trying to find a candidate for that hard-to-fill position? Along with posting your vacancies, we currently have 700+ candidate profiles. These candidates are licensed in all categories, including; administrative, elementary education, special education, family and consumer science, music, English, math, social studies, etc.

As you well know, the challenges facing public education are significant and it is only by working together that we can achieve success.  Your membership in MASA can provide the opportunity to join with other educational leaders in making the needed impact for our future!

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MASA's Mission

AS ADVOCATES FOR CHILDREN, MASA shapes and influences the State and Federal education agenda, serves as the preeminent voice for public education, and empowers all members through high quality services, support and professional learning.

Gary M. Amoroso, Ph.D
Executive Director

MASA's 2015-2017 Strategic Plan

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