Tag: Prince William Education Association
A new federal law has given teachers and other educators an unprecedented opportunity to provide input into the way their public schools are run; as such, the Prince William Education Association wants to hear from its community member about improvements they would like to see.
Prince William teachers have stressed multiple concerns regarding a PWCS survey to discover how teachers are using 30 minutes of contract time added by the school division four years ago.
Senator Mark Warner (D) held a Town Hall meeting at the McCoart Building in Woodbridge Thursday in which he listened to the concerns of Prince William Educators.
PWEA President Jim Livingston discusses the need for teacher raises in this county, and how the PWEA can be an ally for educators.
Despite a flurry of public comments by teachers, the Prince William County Board of Supervisors approved the advertised tax rate of 1.215 percent, a flat rate increase to keep pace with inflation.