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Essentially every decision that gets made that effects educators and our students gets made by an elected official -- from the Federal government, down to our local school board. That's why we are politically engaged and active. That's why we stay informed and get involved. That's why we … Read more about UFEA Voter Guide: 2018
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The last-minute pension proposal introduced as part of the budget package has several components, the most concerning of which is a decrease to 3 percent from the current 6 percent that employers can offer educators in both the Teachers’ Retirement System (TRS) and State Universities Retirement … Read more about 3% Pension Changes: FAQ & Call to Action
Seven candidates running for five seats on the Unit 5 school board Six candidates are seeking a four-year term on the McLean County Unit 5 School Board and one candidate is seeking a two-year term. There are five open seats. Incumbent Gail Ann Briggs is the only person running for the two-year … Read more about VOTE TOMORROW!
UFEA Members: We Need Your Voice! We are asking members to come on one or more of the following evenings to the Bloomington IEA Office to call other members and remind them about how important it is for them to vote November 4. You'll be provided with a short training, a script for making calls, … Read more about Make Some Calls Now … Make a Difference November 4!
In 2011, the lives of Wisconsin teachers changed overnight. Wisconsin is not alone. Attacks on collective bargaining rights have taken place in Indiana and Ohio, too, as have attacks on tenure, retirement and other important issues. In Wisconsin, contracts were replaced with highly restrictive … Read more about Voices from Wisconsin: We Should Listen, Learn & Act