Today, the Superintendent made the very fast-paced decision to grant the Juneteenth holiday to all school employees tomorrow, June 19. At FEA’s suggestion, based on our members urging, the school system leadership made the right decision to extend the holiday to all employees. This is effective immediately and not awaiting for future calendar planning. We […]
A RESOLUTION to declare that the lives of Black students, staff, and community members matter. WHEREAS, throughout our nation’s history, institutional and structural racism have caused injustices that deepen racial disparities across all sectors of society and have lasting negative consequences for our communities, cities, and nation; and WHEREAS, historically, when Black people have fought […]
Rally Link : https://actionnetwork.org/events/educators-for-black-lives-matter?source=direct_link& The Fairfax Education Association is angry and devastated over the events of the last week, from the injustice of George Floyd’s death to the absurd use of unnecessary force on the peaceful protests that have followed. There is a history of deeply rooted racism that plagues the institutions that govern and protect […]
Frequently Asked Questions UPDATED June 12 My medical condition (or my family member’s) will not allow me to return to face-to-face learning in August. What should I do? Anyone who has a medical reason or a family member with a medical reason to not return in the fall should contact HR today to start the […]
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