KEA Statement Following the Murder of George Floyd

Originally published on June 1, 2020 A KEA statement following the murder of George Floyd: Our hearts ache for the frustration, pain, and fear our communities are experiencing, particularly those in our Black communities.  KEA believes that addressing the overt and subtle racism that infects our communities starts in our classrooms. Educators have a responsibility […]

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End of Year Letter

Dear Colleagues, YOU ARE AMAZING! Educators have proven this year, more than any time in recent history, that we are professionals, we can adapt to anything, and we will go above and beyond to meet the needs of our students and families. Our public schools are the lifeblood of our communities. We deserve respect, and […]

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2020 KEA Scholarship Applications Now Available

Applications are now available for the 27th Annual Kenosha Education Association Scholarships. Any KUSD high school senior is eligible to apply, excluding students who are eligible for or are receiving the Governor’s Wisconsin Academic Excellence Scholarship.  Also, students receiving full tuition scholarships at any institution are ineligible. “We are excited to be able to offer […]

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Q&A with Anna Picard

Anna Picard had an opportunity to experience unions and solidarity on a national level last summer when she attended the 2019 NEA-RA in Texas. Read the Q&A below to learn more about her time there and how you can be nominated to attend a state or national RA! How long have you been teaching in […]

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A Letter from the KEA President

Standing With You and For You By Tanya Kitts-Lewinski Sisters and Brothers, Welcome to the 2019-20 school year – we hope you have settled in smoothly over the last several weeks. The work you do each day, caring for and educating our community’s children, is the most valuable work there is. We know how hard […]

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