Education, Community, and Voters – Creating and Answering the Call to Action
Macomb Teachers React to Possibility of Resuming In-Person Class in Fall
The coronavirus has changed every part of K-12 education. Our work with Liza Parkinson, President of the Utica Education Association teacher’s union and the almost 1,500 Association members has helped them create a unified voice when presenting their concerns and reactions in local media outlets, including the hometown newspaper, the Macomb Daily.
Utica Teachers and Utica Community Schools Reach Contract Agreement
After a year of negotiation, Utica Community Schools and the Utica Education Association teacher’s union reached a three-year contract. The teacher’s union members voted overwhelmingly in favor of the new contract and enable them to remain committed to educating students and ensuring that graduates are prepared to make a difference both locally and globally.
Covered by multiple Detroit area media outlets, including Detroit area NBC and ABC affiliates WDIV and WXYZ, as well as the Macomb Daily and this illustrates the impact that the Hudson Collective can have on informing union members, parents, teachers and the community as a whole on the positive impact of supporting educational initiatives.
Macomb for Kids Creates Successful "Legacy" for County Schools
We don’t do what we do alone. We inspire others to join your cause. Volunteer collaboration and grassroots community activism are core to our belief system and to the success of many of our client’s initiatives. We live and work in the same communities, we too have a vesting interest in positive outcomes.
Macomb County voters approving enhancement millage for local schools
The result of a targeted campaign strategy that included geofencing and a layered social media campaign, Hudson Collected educated and informed Macomb County voters on the benefits of an enhanced millage for local schools.
Call growing for regional school millage in Macomb
Hudson Collective, with a focus on equitable education, worked with the Macomb Intermediate School District, Utica Community Schools, and Mount Clemens Community Schools to pursue a regional enhancement millage question for the 2020 ballot.