Humanitarian Fund needs your help

CSEA takes care of its members on the job, but it also lends a helping hand in times of crisis. Last year was no exception. CSEA's Humanitarian Fund provided assistance to 128 members during the October North Bay fires and December Southern California fires. Now, we need your help to replenish this donation-only fund so it can continue to be there for members who need it.
Noon Duty

CSEA welcomes noon duty aides

As of January 1, 2018, all noon duty aides are classified employees by California law. CSEA welcomes you to the classified service and proudly invites you to join us as a CSEA member. 

Want to become a teacher?

The California Classified School Employee Teacher Credentialing Program provides up to $4,000 per year to assist you with books, fees, and tuition while attending an institution of higher education.
Governor Brown

Governor Brown releases his 2018-19 budget proposals

Reflecting a strong economic outlook, Governor Brown continues to increase investment in education and other program areas, while leaving behind a very healthy surplus. The Governor proposed a total state budget plan of $190.3 billion, that includes full funding for the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) in K-12 education, with significant increases for other spending priorities. The proposed budget also set aside $13.5 billion in the Rainy Day Reserve Fund, which is an increase of $3.5 billion more than required by law.


Featured Benefits

2018 Paraeducator Conference

Register now to attend the 2018 Paraeducator Conference in Ontario.

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2018 Paraeducator Conference

It’s that time of year

Take advantage of special CSEA member seasonal discount coupons and special offers.

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HR Block

2018 M&O Academy

Register now to attend the 2018 Maintenance and Operations Academy (held in multiple locations).

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2018 M&O Academy