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.
At the polls this Nov. 8, Virginians will be asked if they would like to add a Right-to-Work Amendment to the Virginia Constitution or keep it as a state statute.
Wednesday evening, the Prince William County School Board will entertain whether teachers on a Personal Improvement Plan (PIP) should be able to receive a one-time transfer to another of the county’s public schools.
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.
Several years ago, during a Town Hall hosted by my elected official, my colleague and I were called “union trolls.” My professional association, the Prince William Education Association, of which I am currently Vice President, has been called “union thugs.” What an interesting term for a group of people who advocate for the best interests of children.
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.