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 July 27, 2014 in the News
Why public education needs teachers unions
There have been many assertions made over time about the negative effects of teachers unions on student performance. A number of states have moved legislatively to curtail the collective .
Posted July 07, 2014 in the News
School spending: Where the neediest students get more help
Weeks before starting kindergarten, Kannon Sinnott arrived early on Wednesday for class at White Rock Elementary School. The 5-year-old has spent his summer mastering the alphabet – on this day, Kannon...
Posted July 04, 2014 in the News
NEA Calls for Secretary Duncan's Resignation
Delegates to the National Education Association's annual convention passed a new business item July 4 calling for U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan to resign.
Posted June 23, 2014 in the News
The best and worst education news of 2014 — so far
Larry Ferlazzo is a veteran teacher in California who writes a teacher advice blog for Education Week Teacher, has his own popular resource-sharing blog, and has written five books on education. Ferlazzo,...
Posted June 02, 2014 in Media Center
CTA President Dean Vogel thanks the members of State Council for everything they do. May/June 2014 State Council of Education
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