CEA is offering four $500 scholarships to graduating seniors who are children of CEA members and attending college in the fall. The deadline to apply for this scholarship is midnight on Saturday, May 13. For more details and application instructions, please visit our Scholarship page.
Once again, AEA will be holding their annual Educators’ Days at the Capitol on Wednesday, March 15 and Wednesday, March 22. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn more about what’s happening at the Capitol, make our presence felt, and potentially meet with your legislators to discuss issues critical to our profession. These days also happen to be during our spring break! Please use this form to RSVP for one or both of these days!
CEA is now holding an online election to select delegates for the AEA Delegate Assembly and NEA Representative Assembly. The last day to vote in this important election is Tuesday, March 7. For full details and voting instructions, visit our election page.
Our members have spoken. Based on an all-member vote, CEA is proud to recommend Lara Bruner (incumbent) and Patti Serrano for the CUSD Governing Board positions which will be on the ballot in November. You can find more information about these candidates and view our candidate accountability session on our Governing Board candidate page.
NOTE: Vote share indicates which percentage of voters selected that candidate for recommendation. Members were able to select for up to two candidates, so vote share does not add up to 100%.
It gets said a lot, but it really is true in 2022: with everything on the ballot at the federal, state, and local levels, this election really is the most important one in recent memory. We have a real opportunity to elect a pro-public education governor, legislature, and school board … or see even more attacks on our students and our profession.
This Saturday, September 17, we are asking all members to get involved in this critical election by knocking on doors and having conversations with voters about how their vote can impact our schools. Not sure what to say or how things will work? Don’t worry, there will be plenty of people there to help! Canvassing will begin at 9:00am at 3377 S Price Rd in Chandler. Please use this link to register … see you on Saturday!
CEA is currently holding a special election to fill the Vice President of Political Action vacancy on the CEA Executive Board, as well as vacancies for CEA Site Representative. Members can vote online through Tuesday, September 13 at 5:00 pm. For full details (including information on how to cast your vote) please visit our election page.
The Chandler Education Association, along with Valley Interfaith Project, would like to invite the CUSD community to our Governing Board Accountability Session on Tuesday, September 6 from 6:30-8:00pm. The session will be held virtually for those who wish to view the event live on Zoom, and also recorded for those who are unable to attend live. The candidates will be sent the questions ahead of time and there will not be time for public question and answer. All candidates have been invited and as far as we know today, all will be attending.
“We, the Chandler Education Association Executive Board, oppose HB2853 and HB2854. We stand with the millions of voters who voted NO on Prop 305. We stand with tens of thousands of educators across the state who oppose universal voucher expansion and state-provided transportation tied to increased school funding.”
In addition to important elections are the national and state level, CUSD also has two Governing Board positions on the ballot this year. To help our members make an informed decision in this important election, we are compiling information about candidates in one spot. Visit our 2022 CUSD Governing Board page to learn more about these candidates, and be sure check for updates leading up to the election.
CEA is now holding an important election for four CEA Executive Board positions as well as site representatives for all sites for the 2022-2023 school year. Be sure to cast your vote before Monday, May 2 at 5:00pm! To review the candidates and learn how to vote, visit our election page.