Healthcare special needs

Republican leaders trying AGAIN to repeal ACA and gut Medicaid

With the Graham-Cassidy bill, schools could lose $4 billion in Medicaid support and millions of kids could lose health coverage. Call Congress NOW!
Lunchtime

Inclusive mealtimes: Curing the Lunchtime Lonelies

For shy, bullied or unpopular students, lunchtime is typically the most painful part of the day. Get tips on making lunchtime more inclusive.
Congressional Hispanic Caucus

CTA's Congressional Hispanic Caucus at work on the Hill

Members of the CTA delegation gather for the camera before getting to work at the 2017 Public Policy Conference in Washington, D.C.
Dreamers

Call Congress: Urge them to Pass DREAM Act NOW!

ALL Dreamers are welcome in CA schools. Stripping them of their legal status will tear apart families and communities and make the US weaker.
 

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Distracted Teen Driver

Teen Driver Safety: Encourage teens/young 20s to enter contest

Deadline to enter contest is October 6

Impact Teen Drivers was launched in 2008 by CTA, the Calif. Association of Highway Patrolmen and Cal Casualty to share with teens the dangers of reckless and distracted driving through their effective campaigns online and in schools.

Hurricane Harvey

How you can help with Irma, Harvey relief effort

As tropical storm Irma batters Florida, Harvey still wreaks havoc in Texas; Louisiana

With rescue and relief efforts still underway in Texas and Louisiana after Hurricane Harvey, NEA has joined forces with the American Federation of Teachers (AFT) in establishing the Hurricane Irma Relief Fund for members living in Florida.

School Attendance Month

September is National Attendance Awareness Month

Community engagement

Attendance Awareness Month is an event recognizing the connection between school attendance & academic achievement. The goal is to promote the value of good attendance and take concrete steps toward reducing chronic absenteeism.

Ben Stone, Helix TA

Not all charter schools are created equal - especially now

Some charter schools are student-centered and deserve our support. Others are profit-driven and are failing our students and our state.

Helix TA President Ben Stone (left) teaches at Helix Charter High, which was the first comprehensive high school in the state to convert to a charter high school. Helix teachers also formed a union, and says Stone, "it's worked out well."

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