Christinabrey

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Name: CHRISTINA BREY
Date registered: August 6, 2014

Latest posts

  1. WEAC – Badgers Outstanding Educator: Dawn Perkins, Unity Education Association — October 14, 2019
  2. Legislative Update – JFC hears from State Superintendent — April 3, 2019
  3. Legislative Update: Education committee to take up student privacy and more — April 2, 2019
  4. WEAC members are finalists for Presidential Teaching Awards — August 28, 2018
  5. WEAC members are finalists for Presidential Teaching Awards — August 28, 2018

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Oct 14

WEAC – Badgers Outstanding Educator: Dawn Perkins, Unity Education Association

Dawn Perkins, a member of the Unity Education Association and eighth grade math teacher, is the latest recipient of the WEAC-Badgers Outstanding Educator Award.

Apr 03

Legislative Update – JFC hears from State Superintendent

The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction testified on its proposed 2019-21 budget in front of the Joint Finance Committee today, Wednesday, April 3. The DPI budget proposal, which would increase public school funding by $1.4 billion, is a move toward restoring what’s been cut over the past eight years. Democratic legislators on the committee and …

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Apr 02

Legislative Update: Education committee to take up student privacy and more

The Assembly Education Committee will hold public hearings on three bills at 10 a.m. Thursday, April 4, at the state Capitol. On the docket is a bill to expand student information schools can release to the public, safety drills and including arts opportunities in school report cards. To weigh in on any of these bills, …

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Aug 28

WEAC members are finalists for Presidential Teaching Awards

Two WEAC members are among state finalists for the 2018 Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST), considered the highest honor bestowed by the U.S. government for mathematics and science teachers. Congratulations to Alicia Korth of the New London School District and Rebecca Saeman of Middleton-Cross Plains.

Aug 28

WEAC members are finalists for Presidential Teaching Awards

Two WEAC members are among state finalists for the 2018 Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST), considered the highest honor bestowed by the U.S. government for mathematics and science teachers. Congratulations to Alicia Korth of the New London School District and Rebecca Saeman of Middleton-Cross Plains.

Apr 16

Professional Development Calendar

Apr 16

WEAC Election Update – Who’s not running again?

Rep. Joel Kleefisch, R-Oconomowoc, is the latest Wisconsin legislator indicating he won’t seek re-election this fall. Kleefisch has served in the Legislature since 2004. Here’s an overview.

Apr 16

Supreme Court to consider DPI’s independent authority again

The Wisconsin Supreme Court will again take up a case about the independent authority of the elected state superintendent.

Apr 05

WEAC Election Update: State, local results – and what’s next

Wisconsin is on the national radar after Tuesday’s election, and this WEAC Election Update lays out more about school referendum questions and local races, along with what’s next in a busy election year. Don’t forget to sign up for WEAC Election Updates!

Sep 26

Budget fallout: DPI to remove expiration date from teachers’ licenses

As a result of sweeping changes to teacher licensure included in the now-complete state budget, the DPI is reporting that anyone who holds a current professional or master license will automatically have their license converted to a lifetime license. This will be done by DPI removing the expiration date from these licenses. There will be no fee charged to the license holder for the conversion to a lifetime license and there is no action teachers need to take with the DPI at this time for the lifetime license.  

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