Justin Kamp is the latest WEAC-Badgers Outstanding Educator winner. He teaches Kindergarten-5th grade Music at Lakeview Elementary School and 5th grade band at Lakeview, Washington and Lincoln Elementary Schools in the Whitewater Unified School District.
WEA Member Benefits is the ONLY financial organization created by Wisconsin educators for Wisconsin educators. Created more than 45 years ago by WEAC, WEA Member Benefits helps Wisconsin public school employees and their families achieve their financial goals by providing high-quality personal insurance and retirement and investment programs.
WEAC-Retired Vice President Tom Zigan addresses the audience at the Joint Conference in Eau Claire. Seated are Ginny Bosse, WEAC-Retired President, Julie Jagusch, Education Minnesota Retired President, and Sarah Borgman, NEA-Retired President.
Contact Information – WEAC. Want more information, or need help? Register by phone:780-423-5302. Connect with us via email at email@example.com.. Registration begins at 7 AM daily, and the intake list renews daily.
I left WEAC’s public relations department for a job in the WEAC organizing department in 2009 and stayed there until 2012. Before coming to WEAC, I worked in the Wisconsin Legislature, was the communications director for two gubernatorial campaigns, worked as a news writer, assistant editor and freelance journalist. Mendy Dorris – Director
The Wisconsin Education Association Council (WEAC) is an education Public-sector trade union representing the public policy, labor and professional interests of its members. It is affiliated with the National Education Association. Its headquarters are located in Madison, Wisconsin
WEACRegion 6 is a collection of unions creating exciting opportunities for local unions to work with members to achieve everything they want in their careers and their classrooms. The region, consisting of local unions throughout southern and southwestern Wisconsin, provides professional assistance and expertise that local leaders and members ...
Region 1 is offering workshops for local associations in 2019-2020. They are: Professional Development, Communication & Advocacy, Membership & Organizing, Leadership, Benefits & Personal Finance, and Education Support Professionals.
WEAC Region 7, the Southeast United Education Public Educators, covers the Southeastern corner of Wisconsin. Membership is the key to our success – members standing up for our students, our public schools, our communities, and our profession!
Members who are retiring – please email Tiffany at the Region 2 office (ReindlT@weac.org) to update your membership record and request to discontinue dues payments as of the end of the 2019-20 membership year.
Wisconsin taxpayers will be spending $349.6 million to support private schools this year through the state’s voucher program, up from $302 million last year, according to figures released by the Department of Public Instruction.
MEMBERSHIP FORMS. 2019-2020 Membership forms are available below (for personalized Local forms, please contact Sally Stoflet at the WEAC Region 7 office at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 262-789-6000). Teachers form. Education Support Professionals form Fast 50 form Region 7 offers a some membership discounts.
WELCOME TO OUR OFFICIAL WEBSITE. WAEC vision is to be a world-class examining body, adding value to the educational goals of its stakeholders. Its mission is to remain Africa foremost examining body, providing qualitative and reliable educational assessment, encouraging academic and moral excellence and promoting sustainable human resource development and international cooperation.
The organization is open to all students, but we primarily serve students planning on entering into careers in education. Aspiring Educators was created as the Student program to WEAC, and serves as a proud advocacy group for public education. There is a Aspiring Educators chapter on every campus in the state, and we serve over 1,000 members.