Welcome to The SCEA's Member Advocacy Center
The SCEA recognizes that working in public schools has many challenges. Our goal is to provide school employees with the support they need to address day to day workplace conflict. When school employees have the environment they need to be successful, the children of South Carolina have the environment they need to learn and grow into productive citizens.
The Center's service is only available to members of The SCEA. Please visit the following links to learn more about our services.
The SCEA and NEA combine resources to help educators. Our Member Advocacy Center works in partnership with NEA to provide a variety of services to members in need. The following are examples of the one-on-one assistance The SCEA provides to members who contact us for help. phone consultation filing appeals disciplinary action failed evaluations rebuttal letters representation in meetings with administration contract <a href="https://www.thescea.org/services-view/what-we-do/" class="read-more">Continue Reading</a>
The SCEA provides information, resources, coaching papers, and other materials. We have compiled the resources below that address conflict. Return to this page periodically to see what we have added. Some of the content is restricted to members-only. The following pages are not restricted: Adult-Adult Bullying – Information about the impact of being bullied Bullying & Violence Against School Employees - NEA <a href="https://www.thescea.org/services-view/resources/" class="read-more">Continue Reading</a>
In the heat of the moment, that post on Facebook, that call to a school board member, or that letter you want to write to the superintendent may not be the best approach. Regardless of the situation or how upset you are, it's important to calm down and seek advice before you do anything. Actions you take in the heat <a href="https://www.thescea.org/services-view/tips-dos-and-donts/" class="read-more">Continue Reading</a>
When Should Members Call The SCEA Member Advocacy Center? Members should call as soon as a problem arises. Why struggle with a problem too long and let the stress and anxiety take its toll? We encourage members to call as soon as possible so we can provide guidance and assistance early. Very often, a problem can be resolved if it <a href="https://www.thescea.org/services-view/how-to-reach-us/" class="read-more">Continue Reading</a>