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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 11, 2023 Woodland Park School District, Board of Education Sued on Behalf of ...
Each year the Colorado Education Association honors the legislators who have centered educators and students in the legislation they pursued. This year’s 2023 class of Public Education Champions prioritized putting students first; addressed the challenges we, as educators are facing; and emphasized CEA's pillars of investment, respect, safety and housing.
This Monday evening, the Colorado legislature ended an historic legislative session for educators, students, and public schools. Thanks in no small part to the fierce advocacy of the Colorado Education Association’s 39,000 members, our state made incredible gains in educators’ priorities and core areas of concern including investment, respect, and safety.
Today, Colorado’s public workers were finally granted the same workplace protections that private sector workers have enjoyed for over 90 years. With the passage of SB23-111, the Public Employees’ Workplace Protection bill, all public employees are legally safe from retaliation, harassment, and other workplace threats.