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PWEA launches "Chats For Children" campaign!

See PWEA President talk about it!

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How much of your personal money have you spent on classroom supplies this year?
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$150.01 - $200.00
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Member Spotlight

PWEA Member - Tiffany Williams

Tiffany Williams has worked as a speech-language pathologist in PWCS since 2010. She is currently in her 3rd year as a doctoral student in George Mason University's Multilingual/Multicultural Education program.

Tiffany became a member of PWEA in the Spring 2014 and, shortly thereafter, spoke to the Prince William Board of County Supervisors in support of smaller class sizes.  In October 2014, Tiffany attended NEA's Minority & Women's Leadership Training in Miami, FL. Tiffany believes in social justice and equity for ALL students.

Join the county-wide movement today!!!

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Search Results

  • Rally in Richmond April 18th

    The Virginia Education Association and Parent-Teacher Association to host a rally in Richmond Saturday, April 18th, 2015.  Charter buses will provide transportation from Osbourn Park High School and Freedom High School.  

  • Scholarship Opportunities

    Scholarship applications are now available for the PWEA Member Scholarship, PWEA Member Dependent Scholarship, Attkisson ESP Member Scholarship, and the Hampton Future Teacher Scholarship.

  • Summer Science Teacher Workshop

    A 4 Day Science Teachers Workshop presented by VCU includes lodging, meals and tours plus teaching materials. You will earn 4 CEUS for participating.

  • PWEA Members Appointed to State Committees

    Congratulate our PWEA Members on their appointments to VEA Committees!

  • Class Size Campaign Resources

    We invite you to join us in our work. We have put together a  list of resources including handouts, a petition, a Facebook group and your stories to help us communicate the difficulties faced in overcrowded classrooms.  


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