WEA-Southeast

 Serving our Members in 31 Locals across Southeast Washington. Striving to enhance the professionalism of our members through member advocacy, political action, organizing and leadership development. 

News and Happenings

  • Professional development training available when you are...

    WEA's Inclusionary Practices Project is offering free registration and clock hours for all WEA members for the following courses. The online trainings are asynchronous (self-paced) so participants can register at any time as long as they finish the training by June 30, 2021.
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  • New Online Form Available for WEA Membership

    Available only to public school employees: teachers, Education Support Professionals and higher education faculty. If you are employed in public education in Washington state and represented by one of the more than 370 local associations affiliated with WEA, you can now enroll online (use link below). Active membership is also available to certificated teachers and specialists employed full or part-time as guest/substitute educators. If you have questions about membership, check with your local president or contact your regional UniServ Council office.
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  • WEA COVID-19 & 2020-21 Blog

    Since the beginning of the pandemic, WEA and your local have been committed to fighting for these four things:

    Protecting your health and well-being, and that of your families, students and our communities;

    Taking meaningful action to connect with students who were hard to reach with last year's distance learning, especially students of color, low-income populations, immigrants and English learners, special education, homeless students and foster youth;

    Putting racial equity and social justice at the center of all policy and budget decisions that affect our students and public schools, and

    Ensuring our schools are fully funded and staffed to meet students' needs. No matter what school looks like this fall, we know we need more nurses, custodians, instructional assistants, social workers and mental health professionals — and they must have the resources they need to support our students.
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