Q Comp

The MSBA School Board Meeting Guide has been updated on the MSBA COVID-19 webpage to include an additional recommendation concerning public access to meetings by conference call or other electronic means (including Zoom meetings). Also, MSBA staff members have also produced a School Board Chair Script for Virtual Meetings. The…

Today is the first of MSBA’s weekly session recaps. We will be sharing notes from the week’s committee and floor sessions, as well as bill introductions. *** Monday’s Senate Education Committee heard testimony from more than 25 associations and groups across Minnesota. All of the groups are considered education advocates…

The Minnesota House Education Finance Committee is conducting a hearing Monday, November 9, in Albert Lea to discusses a number of education issues. On the agenda: World’s Best Workforce Alternative Teacher Pay/Q Comp Program Concurrent Enrollment The meeting is scheduled for 5 p.m. Monday at the Brookside Education Center (Room…

Source: Minnesota Department of Education The Minnesota Department of Education (MDE) is providing a workshop to help teams of school leaders and teachers develop a Q Comp plan and complete the application. During the workshop, teams will learn the application process, hear a number of ways various components of the…

The Minnesota Department of Education has released a new document — “General Fund State Aid and Levy Revenues, 2016 to 2017: 2015 End of Session.” The spreadsheet will show you how the new state funding impacts your school district — specifically for the major categories of revenue — for 2016…

MSBA supported a bill heard Thursday in the Senate Education Committee that would equalize and expand the alternative teacher compensation program for all school districts. The committee approved SF 1124 (sponsored by Sen. LeRoy Stumpf), which was laid over for possible inclusion in the Senate Omnibus Education Finance Bill. MSBA…

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