Welcome to Madison Teachers Inc.


Who We Are

Madison Teachers Inc. (MTI) is a member driven Union consisting of 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.

Re-certification 2018

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MTI Office Staff and Contact Information

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MMSD Information

Bargaining Units

MTI Cares – Events and Information

A New Day!

We just received word that Governor Walker conceded the election!In 2011, Governor Walker entered office with an intentional strategy to “divide and conquer.” His signature Act 10, dramatically cut funding for education by $1 billion, stripped public employees of nearly all bargaining rights, and discouraged a generation of young people from entering public service. Our …

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Help Elect MTI Endorsed Candidates on November 6!

Be a Public Education Voter and help elect MTI Endorsed Candidates, on November 6! We are just one week away from changing the course of our state but the race for Governor is too close to call!!      It’s Time to Get Out the Vote! Sign-up for one volunteer shift before Election Day! Volunteer Events at …

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Free Financial Consultations in November, December and January!

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 Financial Consultation WHEN:  See Below (register by clicking on the link below) WHERE:  33 Nob Hill Road, Madison, WI This is ideal if you are just …

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New Professional Support Night November 1 – Your Handbook, Your Rights, Your Voice

MTI CENTRS invites new MMSD educators!  These nights are intended to support you as a professional with finances, employee systems, and protections or rights.  These events are open to members and non-members.  BONUS – attend 3 or more and get a $25 stipend!  Limited to participants in years 1-3 in MMSD.  SIGN UP HERE to …

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Participate in this Year’s MTI Cares Share Your Holidays Food Drive

MTI Cares, MMSD, and AFSCME are joining together with Madison families to support the Second Harvest and NBC15 Share Your Holidays Food Drive.  This year’s drive will run the entire month of November.  Participating schools are asked to identify at least one contact person to promote the food drive within the school community and manage …

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Retirement Planning Events at MMSD November 13 & 14 – Register Now!

Tuesday, November 13, 2018 OR Wednesday, November 14, 2018 Doyle Administration Building Auditorium 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. In depth Medicare Planning (best for 62 or older) 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. General Information – all employees 7:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Teacher Early Retirement (teachers should attend both) Click here for more information and …

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MMSD Employee Wellness Fair and Fun Run/Walk Saturday November 10th!

MMSD Employee Wellness Fair – Saturday, November 10th @ Warner Park 8:30 – 3:30 Join MMSD for the 2nd Annual Employee Health and Wellness Fair.  All employees and their family members are invited to join this exciting event.  The fair will take place on Saturday, November 10th from 8:30am until 3:30pm at the Warner Park …

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Madison Teachers Inc Receives Grant from NEA Great Public Schools Fund

Madison, Wisconsin – Madison Teachers Inc. (MTI), an affiliate of Wisconsin Education Association Council and the National Education Association, will use a $615,000 three-year NEA GPS Fund Grant to create support systems for early career educators aimed at diversifying the workforce, increasing teacher retention and efficacy, and closing student achievement gaps. Click here to learn …

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“What’s Next for Our Public Schools? Local Legislators Talk Strategy” October 24th

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2018 6:30pm – 8:00pm Christ Presbyterian Church (944 E. Gorham Street) Three education-focused groups are co-hosting a forum about public education.  GRUMPS (Grandparents United for Madison Public Schools), WPEN (Wisconsin Public Education Network), and MTI (Madison Teachers Inc.) invite the public to hear from our State Representatives and Senators about what actions …

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Tony Evers Fundraiser and Tammy Baldwin Rally and Concert

MTI VOTERS Help pro-public education candidates win on November 6! Two upcoming events… Tony Evers Fundraiser – October 2!  Tammy Baldwin Rally and Concert feat. Bon Iver, October 20! Tony Evers / Mandela Barnes Fundraiser * Pardon the late notice * Hosted by:  Ron Duff Martin, WEAC President Bob Baxter, WEAC Executive Director Tuesday, October 2nd 7:00 pm – 8:30 …

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Stay Current on Educator Licensure Changes

The 2017-19 Wisconsin state budget made major changes to teacher licensing in Wisconsin, and for the last several months the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction has been rewriting the rules to match the new laws. WEAC’s licensure specialist has put together a Frequently Asked Questions document to address the questions union members are asking about …

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Free Financial Consultations in September and October!

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 Financial Consultation WHEN:   September 25 and 26 (register by clicking the September link below)                     October 23-25 …

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Teaching About the 2018 Elections – Preparing Students for Political Engagement

University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Education Announces a Professional Development Conference for K-12 Teachers and Administrators September 22, 2018 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Grainger Hall, UW-Madison campus What is the Teaching About the 2018 Elections Conference? Teaching about elections is one of the best opportunities educators have to prepare young people for political engagement. Yet, we know that …

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Consider Becoming an MTI Leader

Do you have ideas on how to improve your profession or better advocate for your students?  Consider applying your ideas, energy and efforts as an elected leader of MTI.  MTI is a democratic Union with nearly 200 teachers currently serving in an elected or appointed leadership capacity. MTI Faculty Representative:  Serving as an MTI Faculty …

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High School Scheduling Update

MTI staff and MTI Faculty Reps from each comprehensive high school met with the District to discuss potential changes to the high school bell schedule across the district.   In the meeting the District explained the why and need for exploring other models and provides information in this Executive Summary.  In addition to the student-centered criteria …

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Enter to Win VIP Badger Experience

WEAC is partnering with the UW Badgers to celebrate Wisconsin Public School educators. Nominate yourself or a deserving Wisconsin Public School educator to be recognized for an Outstanding Educator Award. In appreciation for their dedication to students, winners will be treated to a VIP Experience at a Badger home game, and be recognized statewide on …

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2018 WEAC Professional Issues Conference October 26-28

-at the KI Convention Center in Green Bay- This conference brings together hundreds of Aspiring Educator Members, Educational Support Professionals and Teachers for a weekend of learning and professional networking, as well as the opportunity to think, dialogue, and learn more about the professional issues you face daily.  The Friday night keynote is Brian J …

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Join in the Foundations for Madison Schools #schoolsmakemadison Campaign

MTI is a co-sponsor for this campaign and encourages members to participate. Campaign kits will be delivered to all schools on Tuesday with 50 t-shirts. A special welcome back will be happening at our 5 High Schools.   From the Foundation, “Together with the Madison Metropolitan School District, and with generous support from Madison Teachers, …

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