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Attn: AFT Washington Higher Education Members

We are seeking to amplify the voices of our members who work in Washington State's community and technical colleges and find out what's important to you. Please complete this brief survey to provide us with your priorities and ideas on how to improve your workplace specifically, and our community college system overall. The survey results will be helpful as we begin to finalize our legislative priorities for the 2019 legislative session that will help [Re]Invest in Our Colleges.

Special Session Casts Shadow on National Education Week

Nov. 11, 2011 | Public News Service | Mike Clifford, Producer

SEATTLE - You might call it a shadow looming over National Education Week in Washington State, with a special session just around the corner and the threat of another $166 million in education cuts. [read the full story or download the audio from the site]


Providing Salary Increments for Community & Technical Colleges

House Bill 1631 (Reykdal, D-22) and Senate Bill 5507 (Kilmer, D-26) are bills which would establish automatic funding so that two-year faculty, both full- and part-time, can receive regular step increases (increments) as they increase their professional development and experience.