American Association of Classified School Employees
Greetings,

Fellow Board Members, it is with great pleasure that I report to you all the current state of The AACSE. We are continuing our forward march toward providing greater awareness of the plight of CSE\PSRP. The challenges keep coming and The AACSE continues to step up to the plate and meet them head on.

Faced with days of a sluggish economy and decreasing budget. CSE\PSRP are on constant notice that their work and employment lives can change at almost a moment notice. Many states are balancing their budget on the backs of public employees (namely CSE\PSRP) and the sun is still a few days from shining in its full strength.

The AACSE must continue its work of lobbying for and support employment legislation that meets the needs of the workers we represent and support. We must stay the course in the midst this anti-working man political establishment. The AACSE must strive to maintain a decent standard of worker rights, while at the same time promoting the recovery of those rights that have been reduced and of those that have been taken away.

What a chilling aspect! Who would have thought ten years ago we would be faced with such climatic times? In addition to lobbying and supporting employment legislation that strengthen the rights of everyday workers. We must undertake a campaign to assist our members' organizations with voter education and candidate selection processes. We cannot afford to have the mistakes of 2008 repeated among CSE\PSRP when it comes to the 2012 Election.

Therefore, I am recommending to this Board that The AACSE start strategic discussion with our member organizations as to how we can best assist with this great work. I am also requesting that FS\Capitol, join ranks with us in these all-important discussions. We must be actively engaged in the upcoming 2012 Presidential Elections, if we are in fact going to retain what we have without any further erosion.

In closing, I would like to take a moment of personal privilege to welcome our Vice-President Jean Underhill back to the work. We indeed missed her while she was away. Furthermore, this month will have in the future time of joy and loss, when I consider life reflections. Someone that I will forever cherish and love departed from our family to be in a better place. I would like to thank you all for your words of kindness, thoughts and prayers. We were able to make it beyond that point through the grace of God and the thoughtful acts of expression and encouragement.

In Solidarity,

George l. Williams
AACSE President

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