What's happening

  • WEA member testifies in Olympia

    Read second-year-teacher Caitlin Donnelly's testimony before the House Appropriations Committee on the Governor’s proposal to raise starting salaries to $40,000 per year, provide a 1% increase for other school staff, and double funding for the new teacher mentor program.
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  • Nominations open for 2016 ESP of the Year

    Help one of your colleagues get some well-deserve recognition and submit your nomination by Feb. 5.
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  • #ProudToBeUnion!

    Fighting back against political attacks on public-sector unions, WEA members are wearing red and posting on social media to show they are #ProudToBeUnion.
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“I think membership matters because it's more than just looking out for yourself. It's looking out for others and making sure everyone reaps the benefit of our collective voice and standing together.”
Bridget Piper, counselor, Kelso EA