Teacher Explains Why He Left the MEA

No longer a pawn in union's "big money political game"

Rob Wiersema, a long-time teacher at Hopkins High School in Allegan County, explains in today’s Detroit News why he opted out of the Michigan Education Association. You can find out more about Rob and other teachers who have left the MEA here.

He also wrote about his decision to leave the union in the Lansing State Journal.

Teachers looking for more information about how to resign from the MEA can visit www.Augustoptout.org.

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