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Posted February 12, 2014 in Site Pages

Proposed Initiative Targets Dark Money 20140212

Millions of dollars of so-called “dark money” that poured into California’s November 2012 elections has prompted a ballot initiative that would require nonprofits...

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Posted December 19, 2012 in Site Pages

Strategic Long Term Planning

The California Teachers Association has embarked upon a strategic planning process, at the direction of its State Council of Education, and under the guidance of the Labor Education and Research Center...

Posted February 21, 2013 in Site Pages

Strategic Planning FAQ

Read the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) About CTA’s Strategic Planning Process.

Posted August 06, 2012 in CCA Advocate

A look back at milestones in CCA history

From meet and confer to collective bargaining

The following is a passage from CCA History Makers: The Story of CCA Told by CCA Leaders, by former CCA President Carolyn Inmon....

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Posted August 06, 2012 in CCA Advocate

CCA Book Club debuts with provocative discussion of American labor history

Author Philip Dray chosen as guest speaker for fall conference

By Michael Smith, CCA Communications Director

Our spring CCA Conference featured a new kind of...

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Posted March 23, 2012 in California Educator


100 years ago the Strike for Loaves of Bread prompted songs and pickets

"What the woman who labors wants is the right to live, not simply exist. … You have nothing that the humblest worker has not a right to have also. The worker must have bread, but she must have roses,...

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Posted April 16, 2013 in California Educator

Ask Dean:

What does Day of the Teacher mean to you?


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Posted May 21, 2012 in California Educator


Q & A with Dr. Elaine Bernard

Dr. Elaine Bernard, the labor expert who heads the Harvard Trade Union Program and is passionate about the future of unions, pulls no punches when talking about why unions matter in California and...

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