In a surprise move, yesterday the State Board of Education voted to start a reorganization process for Adams 14, just a month after voting for the district to co-govern with a partial manager.
Our students do better when their educators can collectively bargain with their districts.
Approximately 400 CEA members, elected by the members in their regions, met at CEA’s 96th annual Delegate Assembly on April 8th and 9th to set policy and provide direction for the Union.
Today, educators, students and families are breathing a little easier after the State Board of Education voted to grant Adams 14 time to produce its innovation and partial management plans for the district, Central Elementary and Adams City High School.
"The 39,000 members of the Colorado Education Association celebrate the confirmation of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the United States Supreme Court. Her appointment and confirmation after a lifetime of dedicated public service is a testament to hard work and perseverance."
Your educator voice matters and that is why they are trying to silence you. But we will not be silent when it comes to our students and our profession.
Today members of the Colorado Education Association (CEA) participated in a rally on the west steps of the State Capitol as a part of the coalition Public Workers United Colorado, calling on lawmakers to introduce a statewide collective bargaining bill.