BISMARCK – Educators and public employees from across the state will join together and share their stories of service to North Dakota students, families and communities with lawmakers in Memorial Hall of the state Capitol on Monday, Feb. 20. Members of North Dakota United, including educators from K-12 schools and university campuses, public employees, aspiring educators and retired public workers, will be speaking with elected officials about the urgent need to recruit and retain quality employees within public education and public service.
ND United President Nick Archuleta will be holding a news conference at 12:30 p.m. in Memorial Hall, along with several of our members, to share their personal stories on the issues of education vouchers, pension plans for retirement, and increasing accessibility to affordable childcare for all working North Dakotans.
- Who: President Nick Archuleta and members of North Dakota United
- What: News conference on measures to assist public workforce development
- When: 12:30-12:45 p.m., Monday, Feb. 20
- Where: Memorial Hall, State Capitol
- Online: Streaming at www.facebook.com/ndunited.
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North Dakota United is the largest professional union of public educators and employees in the state, representing more than 11,000 public school teachers and staff, university faculty and staff, and city, county and state employees. Together, we advocate for the great public education and great public services that citizens of North Dakota enjoy and deserve.