Wear #Red4Ed this Wednesday. Plus, join us for a Facebook live blog from the School Board meeting later this week!
Wear red every Wednesday! A message from Virginia Education Association: After wearing #Red4Ed in support of fellow educators in NC this week, we want to keep the momentum going for the rest of the school year! Show your support for change by wearing #Red4Ed every Wednesday! Get your colleagues to join in, and post photos on social media. #VEAStrong
This past Wednesday, the Fairfax Education Association joined together at its latest Building Representative Meeting and stood together with our brothers and sisters in North Carolina wearing #Red4Ed. Are you interested in what the Fairfax Education Association is advocating for? Do you want to make sure YOUR VOICE is HEARD LOUD and CLEAR? WE can […]
Wear #Red4Ed this Wednesday, May 16! Your Fairfax Education Association is joining education associations across Virginia to stand up for all educators this Wednesday as North Carolina educators march at the state capitol against school funding cuts. The Virginia Education Association (VEA) is standing in unity with the North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE) for […]
Did you renew your teaching license this year? FEA would like to reimburse the full cost of your application for this school year’s renewal ($25) as a “Thank you” to your professionalism and as a token of appreciation for being a member of our union. Just scan your license and email email@example.com and put “Licensure […]
Congratulations are in order for two amazing women. They were part of the Fairfax Education Association contingency of delegates to the VEA Convention in Hampton, Virginia, last week to conduct the important business of the association. FEA member Theresia Anderson was honored with the VEA Education Support Professional (ESP) of the Year Award. FEA-Retired member […]
The attacks on public education are in full bloom across the country. Over the last nine months, we have seen a national administration that wants to take the “public” out of public education. They are stripping rights to special education students, making plans to re-segregate our schools through vouchers, and loosening standards on for-profit charter […]
The Fairfax Education Association welcomes you to the 2016-17 school year! We hope you had a chance to get some rest and relaxation in preparation for a great year in Fairfax County Public Schools. We are excited to continue our relationship with you and other members as the premier employee’s union in the county. We […]