Join CEA’s Red Pen E-mail Campaign

People across Colorado are joining CEA’s “Red Pen E-mail Campaign” to convince 100 legislators to reprioritize the state budget (called the “long bill”) and find the money in the budget to prevent cuts to K-12 education. Versions of the long bill are now being finalized by both the Senate and the House.

We anticipate the bill will be kept on a fast track and completed by the end of next week. Therefore, there is a need for urgent action.

Please join our Red Pen E-mail Campaign and send a message to your State Senator and Representative urging them to take their red pen to the state budget to support our schools. Use the basic message found on our Web site and add your personal story about what budget cuts will do to your school and district. Every e-mail helps!

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2 Responses

  1. Hello to all I can’t understand how to add your site in my rss reader. Help me, please

  2. Hi Avery,
    I apologize for not getting back to you sooner. To set up your RSS you will find under the top banner (Pathways to Achievement and the picture of the children) “Entire RSS” and “Comment RSS”. Entire RSS is updates of the blog post whereas the Comment RSS is updates of the comments. Choose which ever RSS you would like, and then you will be prompted to this page http://ceapathways.org/feed/ – this is where you can specify how and where you would like to receive the RSS. The instructions from there should be clear as you set it up. Feel free to e-mail me at ceawhatworks@gmail.com if you have any questions.
    Thanks!
    Raquel Fuentes

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