Posted July 30, 2014 in the News
New dispute opens over LCAP reporting mandate
A festering dispute over how much freedom local officials should have over education spending has reignited, pitting school managers against advocates for low-income families and some key members of the...
Posted June 20, 2014 in the News
Vergara: An attack on teachers, schools, students
Corporate education reform hucksters, school privatization advocates, and anti-labor forces are claiming victory for a judge’s misguided decision that will hurt students and our schools.
Posted July 23, 2012 in Media Center
No on Prop 32 Campaign Kickoff Press Conference
Leading campaign finance experts, good government advocates and working Californians held a press conference in Sacramento Monday announcing their opposition to Proposition 32, the so-called "Stop Special...
Posted August 31, 2012 in Media Center
Super PAC Billionaire
NO on 32 | Prop 32, the so-called "Stop Special Interest Money Now Act, is not what it seems. Supporters claim it will take big money out of politics and fix all of Sacramento's problems, but in reality,...
Posted June 07, 2012 in CCA Advocate
CCA reaches out to part-time faculty
There’s strength in numbers
No faculty feels more vulnerable these days than part-time instructors. From the loss of income from having their classes cut to having their jobs totally...