AEA won the PEEHIP lawsuit!  In a much-anticipated ruling, Montgomery County Judge Johnny Hardwick issued a decision in favor of AEA.  In the lawsuit, AEA contended that the PEEHIP Board violated the Alabama Open Meetings Act.  In his 13-page order, Judge Hardwick agreed with AEA’s contentions and ruled that the actions taken at that meeting, […]Read More

Important Information Regarding the 2017 Solar Eclipse

AEA Associate Executive Director Theron Stokes issued the following memorandum regarding the 2017 Solar Eclipse and minimizing liability.  If your school system has not provided you with a statement regarding a policy and/or procedure to follow for the solar eclipse on Monday, August 21, 2017, here are some suggestions to help avoid liability issues: If you […]Read More

2017 AEA Be A Champion Contest is Back!

The Alabama Education Association is proud to announce our 5th Annual Be A Champion and Read Contest. The goal of the program is to get students and parents excited about reading. What better way to do it in our state than getting Big Al and Aubie involved! All K-6 students who read six books qualify […]Read More