Resolutions Committee

Committee Members

 
Chairperson
DOROTHY MORGAN

Area B
MARY GRANT

Area C
AMY KEEGAN

Area D
KAREN BRUDER

Area E
SHERI SALAZAR

Area F
WANDA MALONE

Area G
MATTHEW LACY

Area H
LULU MARTINEZ

Area K
MARK REAGLES

Coordinator
DANNY CORUM

Coord Assistant
ARNOLD MORIN


Purpose Statement

CSEA’s Constitution and Bylaws provide the structure for our union. As times and situations change, chapters often seek to change our policies and practices through the resolution process. The Resolutions Committee is responsible for reviewing all proposed changes to CSEA’s Constitution and Bylaws and general policy matters. The committee evaluates all resolutions submitted for discussion at CSEA’s Annual Conference and makes recommendations on action to delegates. In addition to reviewing and explaining potential impacts of resolutions, the Resolutions Committee ensures that all proposals are in proper order for delegate action.

CSEA News

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CSEA urges you to sign the petition to qualify the Schools and Communities First initiative for the November 2020 ballot. By closing tax loopholes on commercial property, this measure would restore $12 billion to California's schools and communities every year.
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Shifting district’s views of IEP interpretation

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