CSEA gives teachers a voice: a voice in political decisions that affect public education; a voice in our working conditions; a voice in determining fair compensation for our skills; a voice for our profession; and a voice to advocate for public education.
Click on the button below for more information on ballot issues 2A & 4A.
A video run-through of the TABOR explanation should be viewable to D11 employees by clicking the video link button below. (Put TABOR in the search window to pull it up if needed)
Since these are politically oriented pieces, please view them outside of school and do not share them from school or during school hours. Do take the time to check these out so that you can make an informed vote.
This is the contract between the Board of Education and CSEA. CSEA annually negotiates the rights, working conditions, salary, and benefits for certified staff.
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CSEA gives teachers a voice: a voice in political decisions that affect public education; a voice in our working conditions; a voice in determining fair compensation for our skills; a voice for our profession; and a voice to advocate for
From securing a stronger voice for educators to pushing for higher academic standards, CSEA is in the forefront of positive change. We make a difference for teachers, for students, and for education. As the affiliate of the Colorado Education Association...Read more
The Colorado Springs Education Association, CSEA, is the professional organization representing over 1,500 public school educators in Colorado Springs School District 11. We are a local affiliate of the Colorado Education Association (CEA) and the National Education Association (NEA), America’s oldest and largest organization dedicated...Read more