Posted June 10, 2014 in the News
Blockbuster tenure ruling left a few things out
A few observations about Tuesday’s ruling by a judge in Los Angeles declaring California’s teacher tenure and seniority laws unconstitutional: It was a blockbuster. It’s headed for
Posted February 25, 2014 in Events
CTA State Council
CTA's top policy-making body is the State Council of Education. Meeting four times a year, the council's nearly 800 delegates elect the three state-level CTA officers and the CTA Board of Directors....
Posted September 09, 2011 in California Educator
'Parent trigger' law gets new regulations
In July, the State Board of Education (SBE) unanimously approved final regulations governing California’s controversial “parent trigger” law, legislation that allows petitions signed by a majority...
Posted March 22, 2011 in California Educator
Labor-management summit highlights collaboration
The first-ever Advancing Student Achievement Through Labor-Management Collaboration conference was held Feb. 15-16 in Denver, and was attended by several CTA members who gave it mixed reviews. One...
Posted February 24, 2011 in California Educator
‘Parent trigger’ launches firestorm in Compton
Update: On February 22, the Compton Unified School District Board of Education voted unanimously to reject Parent Revolution’s petition to turn McKinley Elementary over to management under...
Posted November 23, 2010 in California Educator
Film sparks discussion of school reform in Vacaville
With the help of CTA Vice President Dean Vogel, Vacaville teachers in Solano County galvanized their community about education reform by screening the acclaimed new documentary film Race to...
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