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At San Jose Conference, Chapter Presidents Master New Skills, Discuss Challenges with Supt Torlakson – California Teachers Association. More than 700 new and experienced CTA Chapter Presidents gathered in San Jose this past weekend to network, learn new skills, and find out more about the challenges facing our schools and educators in the years ahead. […]
Schools Superintendent Tom Torlakson to Meet with 700 Teachers in San Jose to Discuss Priorities – California Teachers Association. Contact: Claudia Briggs at 916-296-4087 SAN JOSE – State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson will discuss a range of important changes occurring within California’s schools and why his re-election in November is vital to […]
Common Core State Standards – California Teachers Association.
US Secretary of Education Arne Duncan once again showed his lack of understanding of education law and policy, his disregard of the true challenges facing our students and schools, and his disrespect for the hard-working educators in our schools and colleges across the country when he showed support for the flawed Vergara v. State of […]
NEA RA 2014 Monday, June 30 – Monday, July 7, 2014 – Denver, CO The NEA Representative Assembly is the largest democratic deliberative assembly in the world. California sends more than 1,000 delegates to the NEA RA each summer. During this annual meeting, CTA members help set policy and chart the direction of NEA […]
Local educational agencies (LEAs) now have access to the first official calculations of how the $42 billion in school funding under the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) will be distributed. “California’s new funding formula puts more decisions about education funding where they belong—in the hands of schools, parents, and teachers—and dedicates more resources to students […]
BURLINGAME – CTA President Dean E. Vogel, on behalf of 325,000 educators in California, issued the following statement after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that eight Illinois home healthcare workers cannot be required to contribute union bargaining fees and pay their fair share for work done by unions on their behalf. “This decision […]