Workin' For The Weekend: Entertainment Best BetsWorried your kids will go stir crazy for the long MEA weekend? Here are four fun ways to keep them busy.
Minnesota Educator Academy Has Strong Mental Health FocusThe Minnesota Educator Academy is wrapping up in St. Paul Thursday, but this year’s MEA is different from past years because only union members are allowed to attend.
What Are The Busiest Days At The Airport?Thousands of families were flying out of Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport Wednesday to take advantage of the long MEA weekend.
MEA Travel Rush Is On At MSP International AirportThe rush to get out of town is on as families prepare to relax over the MEA break.
Fmr. Minn. Teacher Develops Board Game To Help Fight RacismAudrey Clausen left her job in the South Washington school district in 2013 to devote full time to her passion. She developed a simple board game with the goal of getting people of all ages to talk about race equality.
MEA Weekend Focuses On Closing The Achievement GapWhile students have the rest of the week off, some Minnesota teachers are going back to the classroom for the annual MEA conference.
Large Lines At MSP Airport For MEA WeekendIt looked like the beginning of Thanksgiving weekend or just before Christmas, but not October 15. Thursday marks the beginning of the annual Education Minnesota Professional Conference -- two days of conferences for teachers and two days of no class for students. Better known as "MEA Weekend," it's becoming prime time for long weekends away from home.
Wander Minnesota: MEA BreakIt seems like school just began, but it’s already almost time for MEA. The MEA break will be Oct. 15 and 16. Here are a few ideas for keeping your kids entertained during the long weekend.
With School Out, Students Sleep Outside To Fight HomelessnessWith school out for MEA, hundreds of students will spend the night outside, raising awareness for homelessness. They will be taking part in Cardboard Box City at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds.