Learn more about WEA leadership, the constitution and bylaws, and the more than 100 years of history of the Washington Education Association.
Strengthening Washington's public schools
We are teachers, we are educators, we are passionate, we are a school's foundation, WE Are WEA. Learn about WEA's history as the largest representative of public school educators in the state, how to get involved with WEA Representative Assembly, how to contact your UniServ Council, and who makes up the WEA leadership team.
- Educators want every opportunity to help a student succeed. And sometimes that means buying students items to meet basic needs like a new coat, boots or school supplies. Donate to the Children's Fund to help teachers pay for these small gifts that make a huge difference.
- If you're an educator, request a reimbursement during the school year or email the Children's Fund with questions. Learn more.
Find your UniServ Council or check out local association websites.
UniServ staff can help local associations with:
- Community outreach
- Political action coordination
- Contract enforcement and collective bargaining
- Individual member representation in employment related issues
WEA Representative Assembly
WEA is a member-driven, democratically governed organization and the annual Representative Assembly (RA) is its chief policy making body. Once a year, local associations select more than 1,000 WEA members to gather for RA. Learn more