News & Updates
The 2015 ESP State Conference is an opportunity for Education Support Professionals from across the state to meet, learn, and share with others common interests and work-related issues.
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United Voices Vol.2 No.3
Yesterday, the United States Senate, in an act of true bipartisanship, overwhelmingly passed the Every Child Achieves Act, the successor to No Child Left Behind. The Senate bill, S. 1177, passed on an 81-17 vote, following the passage of the House of Representative’s version of the bill, H.R. 5, by a vote of 218-213 on July 8. A conference committee will now be appointed to work out the differences between the two versions and draft a final bill.
Susie Brynjolfson-Meide, a Spanish educator at Century High School in Bismarck, will receive the 2016 California Casualty Award for Teaching Excellence, one of public education’s most prestigious awards. Brynjolfson-Meide is among 42 public school educators who will be honored.
North Dakota United Foundation promotes educational excellence and quality public service in North Dakota. The Foundation’s goal is to aid educators, public servants and students in achieving greater educational success. The Foundation accomplishes this by providing to individual educators, public servants and college student various grants and scholarships designed to enhance their skills.
Beginning on April 1, 2015, K-12 and Higher Education members are eligible to enroll in the North Dakota United Early Enrollment Plan. Get a jump on enrolling in NDU for the upcoming new school year, and gain immediate access to membership benefits that come with being a part of our union at no additional cost.