What's happening

  • Congratulations, Pamella Johnson!

    Our very own Pamella Johnson, a social emotional and behavior interventionist at Rochester High School, is the 2023 NEA Education Support Professional of the Year! The selection was announced March 25 during this year's NEA ESP Conference in Seattle.
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  • Introducing the WEA Teacher Residency Program

    By educators, for educators! After receiving approval from the Professional Educator Standards Board (PESB), WEA is the first NEA affiliate and educator union to become an approved educator-preparation program.
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  • Navigating your student loan forgiveness journey

    Come get the latest news on student loans, where loan forgiveness stands and steps to take, and learn about the NEA Student Debt Navigator. WEA and NEA will host three webinars on navigating your student loan forgiveness journey so you can check to see if you are doing all you can to achieve forgiveness. The last webinar will be held at 4:30 p.m. on May 10.
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  • Nominations open for 2023 WEA Human & Civil Rights Awards

    Do you know of anyone or a group of individuals making a difference in the world? If yes, nominate them for a WEA Human and Civil Rights Award.

    The WEA Human and Civil Rights Committee is accepting nominations for individuals or groups who are involved in exceptional work in the areas of community service, cultural awareness, international peace and understanding, and student involvement in Washington state. Anyone from the community can nominate a person or group for the awards.
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