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Professional development. Member benefits available to you. Top 10 tips for beginners.
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Tacoma Educator is Washington's Teacher of the Year
Congratulations to Lincoln High School's Nathan Gibbs-Bowling, the 2016 Washington state teacher of the year.
Grants Available for Small/Rural Locals
Small/rural locals with 150 or fewer members are eligible to apply for a professional development grant and local release time grant.
Scholarships available for high-demand endorsements
The Professional Educator Standards Board is offering scholarships up to $3,000 for teachers who add endorsements in areas where there are shortages.
WEA Children's Fund
Do you know students whose families can't afford to buy a warm coat, a new pair of boots or basic school supplies? The WEA Children's Fund can help!
The Children's Fund reimburses WEA members who buy items to meet the modest, immediate needs of their students.
Inaugural WEA Teaching Equity Tri-Cities/Yakima Conference
Setting Student Growth Goals and Gathering Evidence and Artifacts
TPEP - Assessment
3 Clock Hours
"It’s time to value public education and put kids first, by reducing class sizes and fully funding schools!"
Michelle Dittbrenner, speech-language pathologist, Lake Stevens EA