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Posted March 03, 2009 in Press Releases

CTA Responds to 17,800 Teacher Pink Slips With Strong Push of Radio Ads, Billboards About March 13 Action

California’s teachers are pushing back against nearly 18,000 pink slips coming their way by launching statewide radio spots, freeway billboards and Internet blog ads asking the public...

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Posted February 16, 2010 in Press Releases

CTA Radio Ads Call on Public to Join March 4 Day of Action

Statewide Ad Blitz Warns of Soaring Class Sizes, Toll on Students

BURLINGAME – Taking to the airwaves to sound the alarm about stopping cuts to public...

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Posted February 24, 2009 in Press Releases

More Than 14,000 California Teacher Pink Slips Issued – CTA Fights Back With Statewide Day of Action

BURLINGAME – Mobilizing against public school cuts and more than 14,000 educator pink slips already issued by school districts statewide, the California Teachers Association recently launched a...

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Posted December 14, 2011 in Site Pages

Rural Issues and ESP conferences stimulate new ideas

With so many rural schools in California facing declining enrollment and budget cuts, schools in these districts face additional difficulties attracting and retaining teachers, said CTA President David...

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Posted March 10, 2009 in Press Releases

CTA to Kick Off ‘Pink Friday’ Events Wednesday As Teacher Pink Slips Soar to More Than 20,000

BURLINGAME – As teacher pink slips statewide soar to more than 20,000, the entire Board of Directors of the California Teachers Association will kick off “Pink Friday” actions...

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Posted March 02, 2010 in Press Releases

Educators Mobilize for March 4 ‘Start the Day for Students’ Day of Action

BURLINGAME – In a groundswell of protests against devastating budget cuts to neighborhood schools and other critical services, California’s teachers, administrators, school employees, parents and students...

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Posted February 29, 2012 in California Educator

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Surf's up!

Depending on who you talk to about the subject, responses to the idea of online learning can vary widely. Some see it as the inevitable change schools will go through to remain current with society’s...

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Posted February 29, 2012 in California Educator

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'I am not a robot'

An online teacher speaks out.

When the Chino Champion published the editorial “Don’t teachers count anymore?” — a newspaper piece critical of online learning, which referred...

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Posted February 29, 2012 in California Educator

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Virtual schools still need real teachers and structure

The noon bell rings at Cyber High School in Lodi, but all is eerily quiet on campus. There is no laughter or yelling in the courtyard; the tables and chairs stand empty, as if perpetually waiting for...

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Posted February 29, 2012 in California Educator

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When teaching is a virtual challenge

Andrew Wong had no formal training in online teaching, but that didn’t stop him from teaching online anthropology courses at CSU East Bay and creating his own curriculum from scratch. Wong embraced...

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