Summer is finally here and the kids are ready to have some fun! Take advantage of this JCEA member benefit to Water World & Adventure Raceway!
Show Your Solidarity! Order Stand Up For All Students t-shirts and button packs here:
Join parents and community members this summer as they talk to the Jeffco community about transparency, accountability, and respect!

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Taking the lead to get real results for students

JCEA is both a professional association and an advocacy organization. Representing approximately 5,500 non-administrative professional educators working in the Jefferson County School District, JCEA is affiliated with the 40,000 member Colorado Education Association (CEA) and the 3.2 million member National Education Association (NEA).

Our mission is to empower educators to advocate for professional rights, responsibilities and practices to achieve educational excellence within a changing society.

Association News

What Does the Compensation MOU Mean for Me?
Learn more about how the Memorandum of Understanding that was approved by the BoE will effect your compensation.

Bargaining Breakdown: Who is Holding Whom Hostage?
Negotiations hit a giant roadblock last night at a hastily scheduled special session focused on compensation. At the end of the evening, Amy Weber claimed that teachers are “holding the district hostage” which drew a large gasp from the more than one hundred teachers, parents, and concerned citizens who were in attendance. The message from the JCEA bargaining team was clear: The district needs to address compensation increases for all educators, otherwise we risk losing high quality and experienced teachers who have made sacrifices for half a decade to keep funding cuts out of the classrooms.

Court Report
Last Friday was JCEA’s day in court to request an injunction against the District’s imposition of a new pay system for new hires that in some cases, pays newly hired Jeffco teachers thousands of dollars more than teachers who have stayed in Jeffco through the recession, taking negotiated pay cuts to manage the $80+ million dollar shortfall.

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