Kent Education Association

The mission of the KEA is to promote, advance and protect the rights and interests of our members and the education profession. The outcome of our advocacy is quality education for all students.

In the Loop

  • Local Elections Matter!

    KEA has three recommendations for local races, two of which are on the primary ballot and will hopefully move on to the general election.

    Denise Daniels is a challenger in the primary for a position on the Kent School Board and earned the KEA recommendation. Denise has worked in education in several different capacities in surrounding school districts and will bring passion and experience to the role.
    Maya Vengadasalam will be unchallenged on the November ballot and earned a recommendation for re-election to the Kent School Board.

    For the city of Kent, the mayor’s race is wide open and KEA joined all other labor organizations and recommended Dana Ralph for this position.
  • General Membership Meeting: Your VOICE is Important!

    Tuesday, August 29th
    Kent Meridian High School - Gymnasium
    4:00 p.m.

    Please plan on attending the General Membership Meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 29th in the Gymnasium at Kent Meridian High School. The agenda will be to review and vote on a Tentative Agreement, or to take other action.

    Sign in begins at 4:00 pm and the meeting will begin promptly at 4:30 pm. Teachers who are new to the Kent School District are welcome and encouraged to attend.

    Membership in KEA is required to vote; membership forms will be available for those who have not yet been able to sign up.
  • BarGAINing

    Updates are being sent to home emails. If you are not getting these, please check your SPAM and JUNK folders. You can use the "Join Email" link above to add yourself to the home email list if you have not already done so. Once you've been verified as a member, you will be added.

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