June 2018

Unions Await U.S. Supreme Court Decision

CEA members stand strong

The U.S. Supreme Court has not yet made its ruling in Janus v. AFSCME, a case designed to strip teachers and other union members of their freedom to organize and bargain collectively.

The lawsuit is funded by a small group of foundations and individuals with ties to powerful corporate lobbies, and the court is expected to issue its decision sometime this month.

CEA is prepared. We have been monitoring this case, and we are ready to show our strength in the face of any outcome.

Together with you, our members, we will stand strong and not allow any decision to jeopardize our students or the quality of public education. That means collaborating, advocating, and organizing for our students and our profession.

It is critical to join together with CEA in advocating for issues that are important to all of us, including

Watch for alerts in your inbox as well as special communications sent to your home. Now, as much as ever, it is important to stand strong together and respond to every challenge with a powerful collective voice.

If you haven't already, register for CEA's Summer Conference, August 6-7, where you'll learn more about the potential impact of Janus and how teachers can meet the challenge. Registration and hotel accommodations are free for those who register on or before June 22.

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