CEA’s Report Card system evaluates legislators’ voting records as well as their advocacy and efforts to advance CEA priorities over the two-year legislative cycle. These priorities include preserving collective bargaining, enhancing the teaching profession, protecting pensions, and supporting sound education policy that enhances public education.
The report card score also includes a holistic view of legislators’ overall support of teachers and public education, advocacy of CEA priorities, and responsiveness to requests to meet with educators and CEA staff. Legislators with the highest report card scores, who have shown their commitment and support of public education and the rights of teachers, are true education champions and placed on the CEA Honor Roll.
We encourage you to review all of the information provided including the individual votes that go into the score calculation.