Nearly 400 teachers from around the state will gather this evening for the opening of the 175th Representative Assembly (RA)—CEA’s highest policy-making body.
What began with 80 teachers in 1848 has now grown to an association of over 40,000 members working together to improve teaching and learning conditions across the state.
The teacher delegates who attend the two-day RA are elected from CEA’s more than 160 local affiliates to take action to decide CEA policies and vote on the budget. At this year’s RA, elections will take place for NEA Director and NEA Director Alternate.
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