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Your Rights and Workplace

Peace of Mind So You Can Focus on Your Career
You should be concentrating on your career, classrooms and workplaces, not worrying about employment issues. However, when issues do arise, GAE helps you to understand and defend your rights in your workplace.
As a public school educator or educational support professional, know that as a member of the Georgia Association of Educators, you have the combined and unmatched expertise that only comes from an organization that has the vast collective knowledge from over 100 years of working in public education.

Legal Services

GAE Legal Services is known throughout the education community for ensuring that our members’ rights are protected.
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With more members like you, Georgia educators and support staff will have an even stronger voice to improve our daily lives and the lives of our students.
Quote by: Ty Cook, Middle School Science Teacher
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Together we're stronger. Together we're heard.

You belong in the movement! Join today to belong to the movement of educators and school staff fighting for the pay and working conditions we all deserve.

Use Your Educator Voice.

We are THE voice for educators in Georgia. See what membership can mean for you!

What’s on Your Mind?

We’re here to help. Our community comes to us seeking tools (guides, reports, trainings, and more) to help answer everyday questions. We’re here to support you in whatever you need.

We Are the Georgia Association of Educators

The Georgia Association of Educators (GAE) is Georgia's premier professional association for public school employees. We are a member-led organization supporting students and educators in Georgia's public schools through grassroots organizing, legislative advocacy, and legal action.