Non-Union Educator Groups Challenged by Seeking Equal Treatment
posted by: Alix | March 28, 2012, 01:11 PM
Since AAE's founding in 1994, our association and state partners have been met with harsh opposition from both the NEA and its state affiliates. False claims about AAE's motives and benefits, coupled with districts shutting out non-union groups in favor of the union have been commonplace. AAE members have even been harassed and blackballed for supporting the non-union option. In states such as Colorado, Idaho, Kansas and Utah, non-union groups have been on the front lines of seeking equal treatment as their union counterparts. Continue Reading...
Scholarship and Grant Spotlight: Teachers Attending Rachel's Challenge Summit, from PACE
posted by: Colin | June 23, 2010, 08:38 AM
Professional Association of Colorado Educators, Association of American Educators' state partner in Colorado, awarded ten scholarships for PACE members to attend the Rachel’s Challenge Summit, "Soar to New Heights, Renew Your Mind, and Inspire Your Heart," which starts today, in Denver. The PACE scholarships cover the full fee to attend the event for the ten educators. Continue Reading...