Welcome to the Aurora Education Association (AEA)

AEA members are committed to excellence in education and advocate for quality teaching and learning for every student in the district. Teachers are the district’s most valuable asset and make a difference every day through their dedication to provide students the highest quality education. AEA works to ensure that policies and practices at the school and district levels reflect the values and beliefs of our members. AEA represents its members in contract negotiations, including wages, hours, and conditions of employment and when necessary by filing grievances to address individual and group employee concerns. AEA also represents members through communication with district level leadership, school board members, and through representation on district committees. We are focused on providing members excellent representation to ensure a great teaching experience and an opportunity to positively impact the lives of students attending the Aurora Public Schools.

Download the AEA 2016-2017 Payroll Deduction Form 

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Please register and set-up your ID and Password, while you update your address, cell phone, and home email information.

Community of Aurora Teachers
A New Community for Aurora Teachers

We want our member teachers in Aurora to be able to share ideas and concerns with each other in a safe secure way. We have set-up a Community Blog that is password protected so registered AEA members can post ideas, comments, concerns. or questions, and get responses.

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Facebook IconMarch 14, 2017 at 11:06 am

Happy PI Day!!!

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March 13, 2017 at 3:11 pm

Aurora Education Association shared Colorado Education Association's post.

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The #coleg Senate moved closer to passing a direct assault on the rights of elected #edcolo boards to control local education money. CEA Vice President Amie Baca Oehlert called #SB61 “an insult to the work of every underfunded school district that is squeezing value out of every hard-earned mill levy dollar” and appealed to senators to remember their responsibility to keep funding stable for all students in all schools… “This bill is fundamentally unnecessary and sends a message that the state does not value local control in K-12 education decisions… Senate Democrats introduced several amendments to SB-61 that should have motivated all senators to raise the bar on accountability and transparency for all schools, including charters, but all were voted down. Senators beholden to the charter industry simply aren’t willing to ask charters to do more, though they certainly are willing to give charters more money for nothing in return.”

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Facebook IconMarch 9, 2017 at 12:34 pm

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What the heck is the Colorado school accountability clock? (And 14 other questions you might ask.)


On Thursday, Colorado’s accountability clock chimes for a dozen schools and five school districts that have failed to show enough academic improvement on state tests during the last seven years. Th…

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Facebook IconMarch 7, 2017 at 2:35 pm

We ask you to WEAR RED tomorrow, March 8th!!!

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Women to protest in Denver with 'Day Without A Woman' mantra


National organizers of the January Women's March are calling for women to take the day off and encouraging them not to spend money Wednesday to show their economic strength and impact on American society.

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March 3, 2017 at 10:18 am

Aurora Education Association shared Aurora Public Schools, Aurora, CO's post.

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If you come across a Fox in Sox or discover there’s a Wocket in Your Pocket today, don’t be alarmed. It’s Dr. Seuss Day!

The national observance, formally known as Read Across America Day, celebrates the children’s book author whose playful stories fostered a love of reading in many.

APS had a blast celebrating! We thank each volunteer who took time out of their busy day to bring books to life for students.

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Facebook IconMarch 3, 2017 at 9:52 am

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March 2, 2017 at 10:32 am

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Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss!

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Facebook IconMarch 2, 2017 at 9:34 am

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February 27, 2017 at 10:06 am

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A survey regarding education funding all of you should weigh in on! Please take the time to take it & then share!


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February 25, 2017 at 6:18 am

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Digital StoryTelling Network continues its webinar series with….

�The Power of Imagery in StoryTelling ~ �Creating the Essence of Story Through Voice, Image, Music and Sound

Monday ~ March 6
8:00 pm ET 7:00 pm CT 6 pm MT 5 PM PT

Register at: https://goo.gl/forms/JjXi4ELrZslEcWiP2

Participants will receive log in information a couple days prior to the webinar.

Imagery is a key element in StoryTelling done Digitally. Creative use of Voice, Images, Music and Sound to showcase the Essence of the Story elevates student thinking to the highest levels of Blooms. Once the Essence of the Story is determined, the storyboard becomes the student directors guide as they find those "just right" resources to create that mood or tone for their audience. Showing Not Telling and Creative Tension, two of the Take 6 Elements of Bernajean Porter’s Digital StoryTelling Process, guide students from director to producer of their work.

Webinar participants will have the opportunity to do the same as they actively participate in an online collaborative format to establish the Essence of Story, create the storyboard ~ "screenplay", and search for copyright free to use and share resources to support the Essence.
Julie Jaeger, Gwynn Moore and the DSN Execs hope you can join us for a night of creative fun!!

Please share this information with others….DSN Webinars are open to all!

We look forward to a great evening of collegial learning and sharing.
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