Join FEA here! FEA represents members’ views at every opportunity. We attend and speak at School Board meetings, advocate for better funding from the Board of Supervisors, lobby the legislature, and meet with FCPS administration to guide changes in our schools. As a member, you have the power to join (or lead!) those conversations to […]
We’d like to show you a fun weekend and bring you up to speed on what the Association does and how you can play a more active role in it. We want to help you make connections with peers from around Virginia while having a blast, too. And did we mention it’s FREE? Sparks is […]
Please bring NEW hats, gloves and scarves to the Dec. 18 Representative Assembly for this winter clothing drive! The Dec. 18 Representative Assembly is open to all members, and it will be at the Sherwood Community Center, 3740 Old Lee Hwy. in Fairfax, VA. Thanks for donating!
November 18-22, 2019 is American Education Week! American Education Week is a wonderful opportunity to celebrate public education and honor individuals who are making a difference in ensuring that every child receives a quality education. As a Thank You to you FEA has partnered with local business to provide you a discount. Massage Green Spa […]
NEWS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Date: September 5, 2019 Contact: Kimberly Adams, FEA President The Fairfax Education Association, via our PAC (Fairfax County Political Action Committee for Education), is proud to announce that we have recommended the candidates for the Fairfax County School Board and Board of Supervisors. “Fairfax County Public School employees […]
Fairfax Education Association has been working to get more funding for public education. Now is the time to help FCPS employees and make sure all our colleagues are making a living wage. Please join FEA on Tuesday, May 14 at the County Public School Budget Hearing to push for $20/hr. for all FCPS employees by 2020.
The future of public education in Virginia was given a big shove forward by the members of the Virginia Education Association’s (VEA) annual convention last weekend.“I have never been at a convention where so many good ideas from all over Virginia were being presented, debated, and passed,” said Fairfax Education Association President Kevin Hickerson. “Virginia’s public schools will be stronger based on our collective work.”
There has been a lot of positive movement over the last couple of months regarding the BA Lanes. Our collective action has worked to stop changes that were going to be made. Learn more about how this affects Fairfax County Public Schools staff here.
Please join us in the fight for “20 by 20” here in Fairfax County. This is our fight to start all Fairfax County Public Schools employees at $20/hour by the year 2020.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Fairfax, VA — Jan. 10, 2019 — The Fairfax Education Association is pleased with the proposed FY 2019-20 Fairfax County Public Schools budget presented by Superintendent Brabrand tonight. We believe that the Superintendent’s commitment to raise salaries for all employees is laudable. The shot in the arm given to the pay scale for […]