News & Updates
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.
DICKINSON, N.D. – For the second time in less than two years, the Dickinson Education Association (DEA) received a favorable ruling from a District Court judge regarding a negotiations dispute with the Dickinson School Board.
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.
In each issue of United Voices, we profile a member and the work they do for the students and citizens of North Dakota. We take a closer look at their profession, their passion, what they do for the public and for their union. If you would like to nominate a public educator or employee who is a member of North Dakota United to be profiled, send us their name and description of the work they do for North Dakota to firstname.lastname@example.org.