Calling all Education Support Professionals!
ESP Conference 2023: Fostering Resilient and Inclusive Communities
Registration is now open for this exciting professional development event. Attendance is completely free for Vermont-NEA members, and professional development certificates will be offered. We are also thrilled to welcome keynote speaker Ainaka Luna, and also honor our ESP of the Year, Gloria Mantagaris.
The GrowVT-Ed Academy
is a union-led collaboration between Vermont-NEA, the AOE, VT School Districts, VREC, and Castleton University. The Academy's mission is to accelerate new teacher growth and student outcomes through intentional facilitation of relevant content and support, leading to the completion of the Peer Review Licensure Portfolio.
Welcome to the Vermont-NEA
"The Union of Vermont Educators"
Vermont-NEA is the largest union in the state, with more than 12,000 members. But we're more than just a union -- we're a voice for the men and women who are in our classrooms every day, giving their all to ensure a bright future for our state's children. We want to know why you belong -- and why you joined. Please take a moment and let us know.
Thanks for belonging. Thanks for being an educator. And thanks for doing what you do every day to keep our local public schools Vermont's most important resource.
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