Alameda Education Association

Educators in this city are lowest paid in Alameda County

The Alameda Education Association (AEA), the union that represents teachers in Alameda’s public school system, began reaching out to businesses along Park and Webster streets on Tuesday. Teachers wearing red T-shirts visited shops in the city’s two major business districts. They asked the business owners to post AEA signs in their windows. The signs feature an anchor, the teachers’ campaign logo.


The 550-member Alameda Education Association (AEA), the union that represents the city’s public school teachers, says that its negotiators have reached an impasse in contract talks with the Alameda Unified School District (AUSD). The union has turned to the Public Employee Relations Board (PERB) to step in and moderate.

The Alameda Education Foundation will showcase and honor inspiring school programs and volunteers at its 35th annual Salute to Education event on Friday, April 27, from 6 to 9 p.m. at Rhythmix Cultural Works, 2513 Blanding Ave. 

Salute to Education celebrates the work being done in Alameda public schools. It also honors school volunteers who support local students. Reading intervention, technology, conservation, art programs and more will be recognized. Every Alameda public school will have a program and a volunteer recognized. 

On Monday, March 19, teachers at Alameda public schools, who are also members of the teachers’ union, Alameda Education Association (AEA), members gathered at the 1400 Bar & Grill. They were preparing for a march down Webster Street and on to Island High School on Pacific Avenue, where the school board was meeting.


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The Alameda Unified School District (AUSD) and the Alameda Education Association (AEA) reached a tentative agreement on June 8 to end a negotiation process that was almost declared an impasse.

The 11th-hour deal was struck after both sides decided to have one last meeting before both sides declared they would walk away from the negotiation table and request the Public Employment Relations Board declare an impasse (“Teacher’s Union at Odds with School District” June 9.)