The 2024 legislative session has begun. From now through March 8, legislators will be making decisions that impact your, your students, public education and the entire state of Florida. It’s vital your legislators hear from you now and throughout 2024. Let them know what priorities you want them to focus on to make Florida a place where we all can thrive. Visit FEA's 2024 Session page for all the info and tools you need to get involved.
FEA's Hurricane Resources page contains all the information you need to make sure you and your family are prepared this hurricane season.
From links to each county's emergency management website, to shelter information (including pet friendly shelters) to emergency financial resources, we've complied all the information you'll need before, during and after a storm in one convenient place.
Click here to visit FEA's Hurricane Resources page.
Concerns over Florida’s recently adopted African American history standards have been well documented, and the concerns go far beyond the wording of one or two standards.
As we approach the new school year, we have received a lot of questions about the implementation of the standards.
You'll find answers here.
HB 1069 expands on the classroom instruction provisions of the 2022 law and adds sweeping new provisions prohibiting the use of pronouns consistent with one’s gender identity, expanding book banning procedures, and censoring health curriculum and instruction.
This overview is intended to provide immediate guidance for members and allies confronting efforts to enforce the original Don’t Say Gay law and the even more far-reaching provisions of HB 1069 in their schools and classrooms.
Get involved with the movement to protect public education!
Today, the Florida Senate Rules Committee passed SB 1746, an anti-worker bill sponsored by Senator Blaise Ingoglia (R-11) that would place additional mandates on any person seeking to join their… Read more…
Education Leaders Push To “Save Sociology” in Universities Amid State Board of Education’s College Removal
Education leaders are calling on the Florida Board of Governors (BOG) to “Save Sociology” and reconsider an amendment that would remove Principles of Sociology as a general education core course… Read more…
New teacher vacancy numbers show that halfway through the school year there are still 4096 advertised instructional vacancies in Florida schools and 3457 support staff vacancies, for a total of… Read more…
Florida Education Association members believe in the bold promise of public education for all. Together we stand up and speak out for student success, opportunity and professional excellence.
United, our 150,000 members make up the the state’s largest labor union of professional employees and are each committed to helping every student unlock their full potential. Here’s how:
When given the resources and opportunity, teachers can use their training and experience to help every student unlock his or her full potential. Learn more about our teacher members.
Education staff professionals
Valued education professionals interact with each student throughout the school day — all are a vital part of ensuring their success. Learn more about our education staff professional members.
Higher education faculty and graduate assistants
Our higher ed members are committed to opportunity student success at the post-secondary level. Learn more about United Faculty of Florida.
Finished with their professional journey, retired educators continue honoring their commitment to great public education for all students. Learn more about FEA-Retired.
Student FEA represents the future educators of Florida. Their unwavering commitment to student success is the key to a bright future. Learn more about Student FEA.
Early career educators
FEA engages early career educators through identifying and connecting their core values to our union values of integrity, advocacy, respect and empowerment. Learn more about FYRE.