Your search for "Volume 15 Issue 1" returned 1610 results

Posted March 17, 2011 in Media Center

CTAMar15thStandUpforSchools

CTA | March 15th | Stand Up for Schools

State Superintendent of Public Instruction, CTA President David A. Sanchez and the CTA Board of Directors joined the Education Coalition at a press conference at Portola Elementary in San Bruno...

Related Tags:Awards, Educator, Teacher,

Posted May 06, 2013 in Media Center

150th anniversary news conference

CTA 150th Anniversary | News Conference

CTA's 150th Anniversary News Conference was held at (QEIA School) Miraloma Elementary in San Francisco.

Posted October 30, 2012 in Media Center

Cutting 15 days of school hurts students | Yes on 30

Cutting 15 days of school hurts students | Yes on 30

If Prop 30 doesn't pass, up to 15 days of instruction could be cut from the school year. These teachers talk about how harmful cutting that many days is to student learning.

Posted October 20, 2009 in California Educator

298x223

Collective bargaining: The right to a good contract

For educators in California, their union contract should be as vital as their student gradebook or lesson planner. It's a critical document that's the culmination of the collective bargaining process....

Related Tags:Volume 14 Issue 2, Inside Educator, Union, Educator Feature,

Posted May 31, 2012 in California Educator

CTA Calendar

December

    * Dec. 2-3 Secondary Literary Summit IX, Costa Mesa

January

    * Jan. 8 Deadline to enter César...

Related Tags:Educator, Volume 14 Issue 3,

Posted October 21, 2009 in California Educator

298x223

CTA State Council of Education: Democracy in action

Two extraordinary CTA political victories 17 years apart helped define the union forever as a major player in California politics and a champion of public education. These successful ballot box...

Related Tags:Volume 14 Issue 2, Inside Educator, Union, Educator Feature,

Posted December 12, 2011 in Events

Issues Conference - 150 Years of Unity


This conference provides an opportunity for educators from rural, urban, and ESP local areas, throughout the state, to learn, share, strategize and unite together to determine the future of public...

Posted November 30, 2009 in California Educator

QEIA schools making academic gains

U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan likes to talk about states needing to concentrate reform efforts on low-performing schools. In California, teachers like Amy Kraft in Sacramento County have...

Related Tags:Educator, Volume 14 Issue 3, Inside Educator, Make A Difference, QEIA,

Posted November 30, 2009 in California Educator

image

Financial literacy growing in value

A study by Arizona Pathways to Life Success for University Students (APLUS) released in May shows nearly 73 percent of students surveyed resorted to at least one “risky” financial behavior, such...

Related Tags:Educator, Volume 14 Issue 3, Inside Educator, Educator Feature, Financial, Student,

Posted May 08, 2009 in Press Releases

Education Coalition Continues to Push for Passage of Prop. 1B as More Layoffs Loom in California's Public Schools

As school districts across the state consider budgets for the coming school year and continue to deal with the fallout of $11.6 billion in statewide education funding cuts, many fear a crisis in...

Related Tags:Budget, Layoffs, Financial, Funding,

PREV 1 2 3 4 5  ... NEXT 

Every child deserves a chance to learn and no child succeeds alone.

© 1999- California Teachers Association