Posted January 25, 2011 in Media Center
Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund
The goal of the Fund is to encourage ethnic minority students to become educators and to promote professional growth for ethnic minority teachers and paraprofessionals.
Posted September 26, 2013 in Events
Fall Leadership Conference
It is time for the San Diego and Imperial Counties’ 36th Annual Fall Leadership Conference.
Hotel Registration Deadline: November 1, 2013 (based on availability)
Posted December 21, 2011 in CCA Advocate
California Dream Act aids undocumented students
Promises equal access to education
Undocumented students will have an easier time gaining access to higher education institutions following the passage of the California...
Posted December 04, 2013 in the News
Rollout of New SAT Delayed by One Year
A newly redesigned SAT that is more closely aligned with the Common Core State Standards will likely debut in the spring of 2016, a year later than the College Board initially predicted.
Posted August 30, 2010 in Media Center
Radio Ad "Opportunity to succeed": I really hated science, then Mr. Wilson showed me how astronauts used computer programming to learn how to fly the space shuttle. It was my son's band instructor...
Posted September 15, 2011 in Press Releases
CTA Urges Governor to Sign ‘Dream Act’ Bill
BURLINGAME – CTA is urging Gov. Jerry Brown to sign the second part of the “California Dream Act” legislation to give qualified college students access to public financial aid and a chance at a...
Posted May 22, 2009 in Press Releases
Journalists Honored in CTA's John Swett Awards Ceremony
Media stories ranging from a look at homeless students in one San Francisco Bay Area school district making academic gains to an investigation of contaminated water in the Los Angeles Unified School...
Posted June 05, 2012 in Press Releases
CTA Announces 15 Winners of its John Swett Awards
BURLINGAME – Media stories ranging from a look at one 10-year-old homeless boy’s struggle to fit in at his school to construction project woes sparked by layoffs in the Los Angeles Unified...
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