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Posted September 16, 2014 in the News

Teacher shortage in Monterey County persists

There's an opening for a music teacher in Greenfield Union with a signing bonus of up to $5,000. There's another opening for a child development

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Posted June 09, 2008 in Press Releases

Education Coalition Experts Details Impact of May 's Revised Budget

Sacramento – Today experts representing the Education Coalition provided a detailed analysis of the Governor’s May Revision budget proposal, showing how it would cut $4.3 billion from schools and...

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Posted January 15, 2009 in Press Releases

Education Coalition Responds to Governor's State of the State

California’s schools are in crisis. With a new national report showing our state’s public schools dropping to 47th in the nation in per-pupil spending and the Governor proposing more than $10.8...

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Posted August 03, 2013 in the News

Teach for America criticized for apparent stance on education policy

Over its 24-year history, Teach for America has won accolades for taking top college graduates and putting them to work in some of America's toughest

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Posted January 16, 2009 in Press Releases

Governor’s Proposal Attacks Minimum School Funding Guarantee

Just as California’s schools are bracing for another devastating $10.8 billion in proposed cuts, the Governor’s budget plan illegally manipulates Prop. 98, the state’s minimum school funding law,...

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Posted January 11, 2008 in Press Releases

Education Coalition Statement on Governor’s 2008-09 Budget Proposal

The Education Coalition, representing more than 1.7 million parents, teachers, school board members, school employees and administrators, released the following statement today on Governor Schwarzenegger’s...

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Posted December 21, 2013 in the News

Subtract Teachers, Add Pupils: Math of Today’s Jammed Schools

The recession may have ended, but many of the nation’s school districts that laid off teachers and other employees to cut payrolls in leaner times have not yet

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Posted September 09, 2011 in California Educator


Are we endangering science?

The kindergartners at Audubon Elementary School in Foster City stare intently at the goldfish swimming in a bowl. They are amazed  to learn fish actually breathe through gills. They are intrigued...

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Posted June 20, 2011 in California Educator


Inglewood teachers face district's financial crisis

Members of the Inglewood Teachers Association (ITA) have persevered through trying times, and their district may now be taken over by the state.

In June 2010, the ITA negotiations team...

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Posted March 29, 2010 in California Educator


Higher education on life support

For the past 50 years, California’s students have been told that if they work hard and do well in school, they will have access to an affordable, quality college education. But for many of California’s...

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