Posted December 14, 2011 in Site Pages
Having lost access to most local funding, as a result of Prop 13, it is incumbent on the state to uphold the California Constitution that states that public education has first call on state moneys.
Posted September 20, 2012 in Site Pages
Who is funding 32
Before you vote on Proposition 32, ask yourself: Would billionaires pay to place this on the ballot unless they were getting exemptions? Why are secretive Super Pacs and the anonymous people behind them...
Posted September 14, 2010 in California Educator
Funding with strings attached
A troubling power shift is occurring in public education: Corporations are wielding greater and greater influence over education policy and how the federal government funds public education. Corporate...
Posted August 12, 2013 in Site Pages
Local Control Funding Formula
CTA believes the state and federal government should provide adequate funding for education in order for schools districts to fulfill the goals of providing a quality education and necessary resources...
Posted July 08, 2014 in CCA Advocate
Legislation stabilizes retirement funding
Preserving CalSTRS is the goal
In order to preserve CalSTRS, the state’s teacher retirement system, California educators – including community college faculty – will be called...
Posted December 21, 2009 in California Educator
CTA gears up to defend education funding
CTA’s representatives in Sacramento are gearing up for what promises to be another protracted battle to protect public education funding as Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and lawmakers begin work to...
Posted September 12, 2013 in California Educator
Tectonic shift in funding impacts schools
Localizing decision-making; an organizing principle stating decisions should be made at the lowest possible level of a government or an organization, rather...
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