We’re in D.C. working for school employees!

This week, PSE is in Washington, D.C. working for school employees like you!

PSE President Reen Doser, who was recently appointed chair of the National Coalition of Classified Education Support Employees (NCCESEU), is meeting with other coalition representatives to stay on top of nationwide union trends and to discuss budget developments in our state.

Later this week, PSE will head to Capitol Hill to meet with federal representatives about issues that affect workers in our state, including the need to fund more educational and training programs for school employees and increase staffing levels that were cut during the recession.

Education and Training for our members is one of PSE’s strategic goals, and we will fight for more staff development opportunities and union training for YOU.

Follow us on Twitter and Facebook for updates on PSE’s week in our nation’s capital.

PSE State President Reen Doser chairs a meeting of the National Coalition of Classified Education Support Employees (NCCESEU) in Washington, DC. Pictured to her right is Kyle Lierman, Associate Director of the White House Office of Public Engagement, discussing strategies to raise the national profile of school workers.

PSE State President Reen Doser chairs a meeting of the National Coalition of Classified Education Support Employees (NCCESEU) in Washington, DC. Pictured to her right is Kyle Lierman, Associate Director of the White House Office of Public Engagement, discussing strategies to raise the national profile of school workers.

Other NCCESEU members include representatives from the National Education Association (NEA), California School Employees Association (CSEA), Minnesota School Employees Association (MSEA), SEIU Local 284 (Minnesota), Ohio Association of Public School Employees (OSPSE), and PSE.

Together, the Coalition speaks on behalf of over 1 million school employees across the country!

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