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Be a Delegate to the OEA or NEA Representative Assembly

The Oregon Education Association Representative Assembly is the yearly meeting in which elected delegates come together to debate and vote on governing documents and new business items, which will guide the direction of OEA. BEA has a long-standing history of...

BSD Mental Health and Behavior Focus Groups

The BSD Teaching and Learning Department will be conducting Mental Health and Behavior Focus Groups and are looking for employees to inform district leaders of considerations regarding how the district should define mental health and behavior, assist with the...

OEA Foundation Grants

Do you know a student who needs a warm coat, a new pair of shoes, or eye glasses?  Established in 1995, the OEA Foundation provides educators with up to $100 grants to help students meet basic, urgent and immediate needs. You can also make a donation to the OEA...

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About BEA

The Beaverton Education Association is a union that represents more than 2,700 educators working in K-12 public schools in the Beaverton School District. BEA’s membership includes licensed teachers, specialists, counselors, nurses, school psychologists, speech language pathologists, social workers and substitutes. BEA members also belong to the 44,000 member Oregon Education Association (OEA) and the 3.2-million-member National Education Association (NEA).

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There are several levels of support for BEA members who have questions or need assistance, from Building Reps in each school, to Executive Board Members and elected leaders.  We also have BEA Committees who advocate for our members and our students in a variety of ways.