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MSTA May 20
American poet, cultural icon and civil rights activist, Maya Angelou, reminds us to always strive for the best we can. What will you accomplish this week?
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MSTA May 16
President Ronald Regan, pictured with Columbia sixth-grader Heather Watson during a trip to Missouri in 1987, paid a visit to one of his former teachers, MSTA member Joy Underdown. Photo by Wayne Crosslin.
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MSTA May 13
As Thomas Edison reminds us, there truly is no substitute for hard work. What will you accomplish this week?
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MSTA May 9
MSTA's lobbying was rewarded in 1993 when Missouri Governor Mel Carnahan signed three teacher-protection bills into law. MSTA President Veronica Hambacker (center) and Wentzville CTA's Betty Takahashi watch as Governor Carnahan signs one of the bills.
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MSTA May 6
Tuesday, May 7 is ! We've compiled a list of gifts, discounts and treats educators across the state can pick up this week (and beyond) to celebrate!
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MSTA May 6
As we enter the final weeks of the semester, allow Molière's quote to motivate you to keep focused and finish strong!
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MSTA May 2
From the archives, MSTA staff members Gordon Renfrow, left, and Everett Keith visit Cave of the Winds at MSTA's Bunker Hill.
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MSTA May 1
. kindergarten teacher Kiley Alumbaugh shares a STEAM activity she did with her students. Read more:
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MSTA Apr 29
Learning never stops! How will you grow your intellect this week?
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MSTA Apr 25
From the MSTA archives, Jack Burks, left, 1983 MSTA president, and Bill Brent, 1982 MSTA president, display a Proposition C bumper sticker during MSTA's campaign.
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MSTA Apr 22
Happy . Remember: the earth is the one thing we all have in common!
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MSTA Apr 18
Wyman's Hall, on the far left, was the site of the first MSTA meeting on May 22, 1856. Special thanks to the Missouri Historical Society in St. Louis for the photo.
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MSTA Apr 15
How will you invest in your students' quest for knowledge this week?
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MSTA Apr 11
from MSTA's Statewide visit to the Capitol in 2012
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MSTA Apr 8
Former First Lady Abigail Adams reminds us of the seriousness and necessity for education.
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MSTA Apr 4
Throughout MSTA's headquarters, vintage photos from our long history remind us to keep looking toward the future.
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MSTA Apr 1
In honor of , today's comes from one of our favorite funny ladies, Tina Fey. What will you accomplish this week?
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MSTA Mar 25
Life isn't always easy, but this quote from Fred Rogers reminds us to try and recognize every tough moment as an opportunity for growth.
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MSTA Mar 21
A painting of MSTA's Columbia headquarters hangs inside the historic building.
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MSTA Mar 20
Congratulations to Susan Weedman from Mehlville School District and Melinda Saunders from Potosi Elementary for winning February’s $100 Classroom Grants from the Missouri State Teachers Foundation!
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