Welcome to Madison Teachers Inc.


Who We Are

Madison Teachers Inc. (MTI) is a member driven Union consisting of over 4,500 members in five Bargaining Units, including; Teachers, Educational Professionals and Para Professionals, Educational Assistants, Substitute Teachers, Supportive Educational Employees (Clerical and Technical) and School Security Assistants who are employed by the Madison Metropolitan School District.


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MTI Cares – Events and Information

3rd Annual Madison Area Take Kids Fishing Day

Sponsored by the Building & Construction Trades Council of South Central Wisconsin Event is free and open to the public, but is limited to the first 150 kids.  All participants must be accompanied by a parent, guardian or chaperone.  Please pre-register by Friday, May 19.  To register, volunteer, sponsor or provide door prizes for the …

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Free Financial Consultations at MTI in April and May!

Attention MTI Members! Steve Pike is a retired MTI teacher and current Member Benefits Consultant for WEA Member Benefits.  Steve will be onsite to meet with staff. WHAT:  FREE 30-minute Financial Consultation WHEN:  Appointments are available on the following dates:     You can register for a date and time by clicking on one of the links …

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Library Media Technology Issues at the Capitol – 3/31

A group of librarians in MMSD are taking action!   We are visiting our Senators and Legislators on March 31 at 4pm at the Capitol.  Some Library Media Technology Specialist issues have arisen around the Common School Fund (CSF). It is the fund solely dedicated to funding school libraries around the state. Next year, voters …

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Summer Jobs for Teachers with the City of Madison – Safety Town Educators

The City of Madison has a need for Safety Town Educators again this summer.  Brief description of the positions: This is a limited term summer position working with young children in an educational setting.  Safety Town is a one-week program, designed especially for children entering kindergarten in the fall, which teaches children how to be safe …

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Foundation for Madison’s Public Schools Circle of Friends Luncheon Fundraiser 2017

From the Foundation for Madison’s Public Schools: Join Us! A strong school district is the foundation of the community.  The Madison Metropolitan School District has made great strides towards the goal of every student graduating college, career and community ready, but they need your support. We invite you to learn more about our school system, …

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Attention MTI Members! Save the Dates!

MTI is once again partnering with WEA Member Benefits – the premier provider of financial products and services for Wisconsin public school employees – to enhance your financial well-being.  Join us at the following upcoming events in April and May. Student Loan Forgiveness          Wednesday, April 19, 2017 – 4:30 to 5:30 …

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School vouchers are not a proven strategy for improving student achievement

News from EPI – Voucher programs don’t improve education and have important downsides Press Releases • February 28, 2017   In a new report, Stanford professor and EPI research associate Martin Carnoy finds that voucher programs that promote private schooling have not delivered on promised improvements in educational outcomes. Rather, they tend to divert effort away …

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2017-18 School Calendar Finalized

The Joint MTI/MMSD Calendar Committee has reached agreement on the 2017-18 calendar.  For a copy of the official 2017-18 calendar click here.   The highlights of the calendar are: New teacher mandatory days – August 23-25 Staff Only/Prep days – August 28-31 Voluntary day – September 1 Labor Day holiday – September 4 Beginning of …

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SCFL 2017-2018 Scholarship Application

The South Central Federation of Labor will be awarding four $1,000 scholarships for the 2017-18 school year.  Applications must be postmarked no later than Friday, June 30, 2017.  Click here for more information and for an application form.

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2017 Nominations for United Way Community Volunteer Awards

    The United Way of Dane County is currently accepting nominations for their Community Volunteer Awards, including a category for youth volunteers.  Youth winners will be awarded up to $1,000 for the organization that they volunteer for as well as up to $1,000 towards their education.  Click here for more info. 

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Help the SCFL Develop the Wisconsin Labor History Map!

Hey MTI! Do you think it’s important to teach Labor History in our schools? If so, help the South Central Federation of Labor (SCFL) develop the Wisconsin Labor History Map! This interactive tool, and the curriculum we develop to support it, will be an incredible resource for students, teachers, union members, and all the people …

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Verifying your Biometric Screening and HRA Status

Verify and View Your Bio-Metric Screening through Interra Health Verify your Online Health Risk Assessment with your Insurance Provider   Verify and View Your Bio-Metric Screening through Interra Health Use one of the three methods listed below.  Call Interra at 414-755-4898 Email: nhendrickson@interrahealth.com They can log into their Interra Health account (AKA InHealth Dashboard).  Here …

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MTI & MMSD Informational Meeting on Grow Our Own-Teacher Dual Certification Program

MTI and MMSD Department of Student Services are hosting an Information Meeting on the Grow Our Own -Teacher Dual Certification Program The Grow Our Own- Teacher Dual Certification Program is intended for general education teachers interested in cross categorical special education certification OR cross categorical special education teachers interested in bilingual certification. Selected candidates can …

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Great news for MTI members! MTI is partnering with WEA Member Benefits

Great news for MTI members! Your union. Your program. Your future. MTI is partnering with WEA Member Benefits—the premier provider of financial products and services for Wisconsin public school employees—to enhance your financial well-being. FIVE things you need to know about WEA Member Benefits: Our 403(b) is nationally recognized by Forbes magazine as a low-cost, …

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Courage To Teach 2016-17 Professional Renewal Series

Interested in earning up to four graduate credits for taking time to slow down and reflect on your work as an educator? Interested in doing this in a beautiful natural setting while enjoying home‐cooked meals? Applications are now being accepted for the 2016‐17 Courage to Teach retreat series at Bethel Horizons, near Governor Dodge State …

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2016-17 MMSD School Calendar Finalized

The school calendar for the 2016-17 school year has now been finalized.  The calendar was particularly challenging to put together given the 192 day teacher contract, the timing of winter holidays, and the legislative requirement that school cannot start until September 1. Start of the school year.  Returning teachers will be expected to report to …

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See the Progressive Feature on the Privatization of Public School

This animated video by Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Mark Fiore looks at school privatization through the eyes of little Timmy, a kindergartener who likes his public school. Timmy gets a confusing lesson in corporate education reform, starting with the rightwing mantra: “Public schools have failed.” “But I like my public school,” Timmy protests.   A top …

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