Prince William Education Association Now In Control of Collective Bargaining

The Prince William Education Association won both of its bids to represent the county’s more than 11,500 non-administrative school employees in a new collective bargaining.

The union was successful in both of its elections; securing exclusive bargaining rights for the school division’s over 7,200 teachers, nurses, counselors, librarians and other state-licensed employees, as well as its more than 4,400 classified employees – bus drivers, food service workers, teaching assistants and others.

The association will now serve as the sole collective bargaining representative for both groups starting later this year during development of the school system’s fiscal year 2025 budget.

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