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Our communications team works with news media across various platforms to tell the stories of our members and local affiliates working together across Colorado to advocate for the schools our students and educators deserve.

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CEA Communications Team

Vacant, Director of Communications
Media relations, strategy, community partnerships, CEA Journal

Linda He, Director of Digital Communications
Digital/social media, website, CEA Today

303-837-1500
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Fighting for Union Recognition

All three groups have an incredibly uphill battle to fight to win recognition as unions. The New America School board has already rejected the NAS teachers’ bid to become a union and they are moving into the next phase of their organizing plan. Both the Cherry Creek and Littleton school districts are dragging their feet in hopes that the Bus Assistants and Sign Language Interpreters lose their will to continue.

We Have the People Power

In a world where obstacles are continually put in front of us, we must rise to the challenge of advocating for the public schools our students, their families and our fellow educators deserve. When we advocate together, we know that we will be successful. The power of our union is the power of us.

The Importance of Elections

This year especially, please put the apprehension about politics aside and get involved in upcoming elections. We need your help to make sure our elected officials listen to us and put more resources toward public education.

Opportunities Don’t End with Retirement

Are you planning on retiring soon? Have you thought about joining the retired association of your union? In addition to being able to continue to advocate for Colorado students and our profession, I knew that if I joined as a CEA-Retired member I would also be able to keep my NEA Member Benefits.