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Tuesday, March 3
Read Across America Day is March 2
Tags: Read Across America 

Oh, the Places You'll Go when you read!. March 2, 2015 is NEA's Read Across America Day and this year, the book is the Seuss classic, Oh, The Places You'll Go.  To make your event Seussational, go to Plan a Reading Event for Read Across America for tips and ideas to plan your own event. Be sure to follow Read Across America on Facebook and Twitter with #readacrossamerica.

Saturday, February 28
NEA RA Delegate Election March 1-31
Tags: News Online Voting 

All active KEA certified and ESP members are eligible to vote for NEA RA delegates. The election begins 6 am March 1 and ends 6 pm March 31, 2015. To vote, visit

Friday, February 20
Opening for UniServ Director in Florence Area
Tags: Job Openings 

The Kentucky Education Association is seeking applicants for the position of full-time UniServ Director.  The position is located in the Florence, Kentucky KEA office. The UniServ unit consists of all members in the following counties:  Boone, Grant (including Williamstown Independent), and Owen. View application details here.

Monday, February 16
Erasing Student Loans & Debt Workshop for KEA 5th District Members
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KEA 5th District members are invited to Erasing Student Loans & Debt Workshop. The workshop will occur Tuesday, April 14, 2015 from 5:00-6:45 pm at the KEA office in St. Matthews Space is limited to the first 25 participants. Please RSVP to Angela Dukes at Download a flyer here.

Wednesday, February 4
Win up to $300 in School Nutrition Opportunity
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Join other educators, students, and families who are speaking out about their successes and challenges with healthy school foods. How?  Submit a creative photo, video or narrative describing how your school has implemented Smart Snacks for a chance to win up to $300. Contest rules are located here.

Wednesday, January 14
KEA Student Program Nominations for NEA RA Delegate and Leadership Conference
Tags: KEA Student Program News 

The KEA Student Program will hold an election in April to choose its voting delegates to the 2015 NEA Representative Assembly to be held July 1 to July 6 in Orlando, FL. Elected delegates also will attend the NEA Student Leadership Conference June 28 - July 1, which is also in Orlando. Any member of the KEA Student Program who wishes to represent Kentucky must complete and submit the official nomination form to KEA Headquarters by 5:00 p.m. (EST) on Friday, April 17, 2015. The form is available here.

Monday, January 5
Assistant Executive Director for Affiliate Operations Position in Frankfort
Tags: Job Openings 

The Assistant Executive Director for Affiliate Operations manages KEA’s field staff in assigned field offices. This manager works with other members of the management team to achieve KEA’s mission and goals, focusing particularly on KEA’s support for its local and district affiliates. View the complete description for this position here. Position is open until filled.

Tuesday, November 25
Opening for Technology Systems Support Specialist in Frankfort
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The Kentucky Education Association is seeking qualified applicants for Technology Systems Support Specialist.  This position will handle KEA’s day to day technology needs, including troubleshooting for authorized users and working closely with KEA’s outside network consultant to maintain a secure, efficient and up to date user environment for all KEA employees.  This is a full-time associate staff position.  Salary will be determined based on experience and in compliance with the terms of the KEA/KEASO bargained contract.  View the complete description for this position here.

Wednesday, November 12
Save the Date! 3rd Annual Let's TALK Conference June 15-16
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SAVE THE DATE for the 3rd annual Let's TALK: Conversations about Effective Teaching, a conference for, by and about Kentucky teachers will be held June 15-16, 2014 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Louisville KY. Download a flyer here to share with your colleagues.

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