Julia Norman of the Waltham
Educators Association, in photo
at left, was among the steady
stream of MTA members who
stopped by on April 10 to see
the MTA’s new headquarters
in Quincy. MTA staff members
were on hand for the open
house, which featured tours of
the association’s new meeting
spaces, printing facilities and
offices. Above, members from
around the state enjoyed
refreshments during a break.
MTA divisions formerly housed
in Boston have all moved to
the eighth and ninth floors
of the building at 2 Heritage
Drive except for Government
Relations, which remains on
Beacon Hill. The headquarters
also includes the Metro Regional
Photos by Jair Mendes
16th Annual Children’s Literature Institute
(formerly the Authors’ Institute)
Discover the inside world of authors. Learn from a different notable children’s
author each day through presentations, roundtable discussions and activities.
To register, contact the Division of Graduate and Continuing Education at
508.929.8125. The cost of this program is $799, which includes lunch.
Graduate and professional development credits awarded.
Featured Multicultural Authors:
Author and illustrator. Her titles include Salsa
Stories, the Nathan series and Alicia Afterimage.
Author of Poemsinthe Attic, Chasing Freedom and
At Break of Day.
Author and illustrator. Her titles include DimSum
for Everyone, Starry Riverofthe Sky, and The Ugly
Author of Squanto’s Journey, Code Talker and ABoy
Housing can be provided in our residence halls at a discounted rate.
June 23, 24, 27, 28 & 29
JOIN THE THOUSANDS OF SALEM
STATE ALUMNI WHO ARE LEADERS IN
EDUCATION BY ENROLLING IN ONE OF
OUR GRADUATE PROGRAMS.
Choose from our master’s degrees,
educator licensure programs, graduate
certificates and CAGS in Education,
depending on your credentialing and
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