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Posted May 20, 2013 in the News

California won't get relief from No Child Left Behind law

The federal government made it clear again Monday that California will get no relief from education mandates that officials across the country consider a burden.

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Posted May 13, 2014 in the News

Gov. Jerry Brown unveils 'good news' budget revision

The rising costs of public employee pensions, drought relief programs and a huge expansion of Medi-Cal driven by the new health care law

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Posted August 30, 2008 in Press Releases

Republican Smoke and Mirrors Budget Proposal Disaster for Students, Public Schools and Colleges

“Republican leaders took a step backwards with the state budget proposal they outlined today. Filled with smoke, mirrors and risky borrowing schemes, this proposal would be a disaster for students,...

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Posted September 16, 2008 in Press Releases

State Budget Agreement Fails Students and Schools

“The state budget package approved by the Legislature is a disaster for students, public schools, colleges, health care and other vital services," said CTA President David A. Sanchez. "It does nothing...

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Posted September 23, 2011 in Press Releases

CTA Statement on Obama’s Waiver Plan For States Seeking No Child Left Behind Relief

BURLINGAME – Dean E. Vogel, president of the 325,000-member California Teachers Association, issued this statement today about President Obama’s...

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Posted February 05, 2014 in the News

Why Vergara won’t solve the real teacher problem

Bad teachers need to leave. And it is a gross injustice that they are disproportionately congregated in low-income communities. Right now, because of

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Posted July 09, 2008 in Press Releases

Conference Committee Budget Proposal Makes Schools a Priority

“The California Teachers Association applauds Democratic leaders of the Assembly and Senate for proposing a responsible budget solution that includes additional revenues to help protect...

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Posted December 17, 2008 in Press Releases

GOP Budget Proposal Slashes $10 Billion More from Schools

BURLINGAME – David A. Sanchez, president of the 340,000-member California Teachers Association, issued this statement on the Republicans’ new proposal to resolve the state’s budget deficit crisis...

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Posted August 22, 2014 in Press Releases

Educators Kick Off Degrees Not Debt Campaign that Offers Relief to College Graduates

BURLINGAME—National Education Association President-elect Lily Eskelsen García along with California Teachers Association President


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