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Collaborative Conferencing VOTE Thusday December 11th!

12/07/2014
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WHEN: Thursday, December 11th right after school.

WHERE: At your school

WHAT: The ballot will have two questions. The questions are worded differently because of state law, but basically say:
1. Should we conference?
2. What organization should represent teachers in conferencing? 

WHY?: Vote YES on question 1 &  BCEA on question 2 so we can continue collaborative conferencing with the Board (State law requires a  vote every 3 years). Over the last two years, conferencing resulted in an $460 increase on the base, a step increase, and an increase to starting salary. Currently, the conferencing team is discussing salary and benefits. We want to continue representing teachers and advocating for improvements to working conditions and benefits to make things better for you and your students.

WHO: All certified staff that spend the majority of their time working with students are eligible to vote.

American Teacher Film Screening

10/01/2014
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American Teacher
Monday October 20th 2014, 5:30pm.

Watch the Official Trailer: http://youtu.be/dzvD9v7CbEE

Burlington Library
4614 Asheville Hwy, Knoxville, TN 37914

Weaving interviews of policy experts and startling facts with the lives and careers of four teachers, American Teacher tells the collective story by and about those closest to the issues in our educational system — the 3.2 million teachers who spend every day in classrooms across our country.

To RSVP to this event, click here.

Welcome Back!

08/06/2014
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Welcome Back to School!

Why am I a member?

  • Because my voice is stronger when it’s united with  educators across Tennessee.
  • Because TEA leadership took my concerns state leaders and guaranteed INDIVIDUAL planning time, stopped forced correlation of TVAAS and observation scores, and made sure my license is protected.
  • Because they share my concerns with our Central Office, School Board, and local legislators.
  • Because they keep me informed via email, facebook & newsletters.
  • Because they help me save money through my access card.
  • Because I have the security of knowing I have access to legal assistance and representation if I need it.
  • Because they help me improve my instruction through PD opportunities like the Spring Symposium and the New Teacher Conference.

VOTE!

05/06/2014
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Go Vote!!!!

Vote FOR sharing the sales tax revenues county residents pay when shopping in the cities with county students.

Check your April Newsletter for education friendly local candidates.

See a sample ballott

Last chance to Early Vote!

05/01/2014
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Early Voting ends today!

You can Vote Early at Everett or Pellissippi beginning through May 1.

Vote FOR sharing the sales tax revenues county residents pay when shopping in the cities with county students.

Check your April Newsletter for education friendly local candidates.

See a sample ballott

Early Voting begins tomorrow!

04/15/2014
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You can Vote Early at Everett or Pellissippi beginning April 16th-May 1.

Vote FOR sharing the sales tax revenues county residents pay when shopping in the cities with county students.

Check your April Newsletter for education friendly local candidates.

See a sample ballott

Vote May 6th!

04/03/2014
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Please vote FOR directing a share of the 2.6 million in sales tax COUNTY residents are already paying towards COUNTY students.  Vote FOR the resolution on May 6th!

Check your April Newsletter for education-friendly local candidates.

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