MTA President Merrie Najimy to Governor Charlie Baker: "It’s time to get with the program."
Education Support Professionals
Sonia Fortin, Sudbury Education Association
Amy Morin, Lexington Education Association
Naomi Adagboyi, Canton Teachers Association
Saul Ramos, Educational Association of Worcester
Amybeth Silva, Taunton Education Support Association
Education Support Professionals keep students healthy, safe, supported, engaged and challenged so they are ready to learn. It is difficult to imagine a school operating for one day without ESPs.
ESPs: Speak Out!
The MTA’s preK-12 Education Support Professionals play critically important roles in our public schools, providing individual and small-group instruction to students with disabilities, assisting in early education classes, supporting English learners, driving buses, preparing meals, keeping schools clean and performing myriad administrative and education support functions.
Learn more about the MTA ESP Bill of Rights and share your story.
ESPs In Action
ESPs in the News
This conference will include a wide variety of 90-minute workshops related to the core activities of local unions.