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Posted October 21, 2009 in California Educator


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...

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Posted November 30, 2009 in California Educator


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...

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Posted October 20, 2009 in California Educator


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....

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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 March 23, 2012 in California Educator


100 years ago the Strike for Loaves of Bread prompted songs and pickets

"What the woman who labors wants is the right to live, not simply exist. … You have nothing that the humblest worker has not a right to have also. The worker must have bread, but she must have roses,...

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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...

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Posted March 10, 2009 in Press Releases

CTA to Kick Off ‘Pink Friday’ Events Wednesday As Teacher Pink Slips Soar to More Than 20,000

BURLINGAME – As teacher pink slips statewide soar to more than 20,000, the entire Board of Directors of the California Teachers Association will kick off “Pink Friday” actions...

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Posted October 28, 2009 in California Educator

Making history: CTA publications through the years

Over the history of the CTA, the association's publications have been there chronicling the times. Here's a look at some of the highlights from The California Teacher: A Journal...

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Posted May 31, 2012 in California Educator

CTA Calendar


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


    * Jan. 8 Deadline to enter César...

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Posted September 14, 2009 in Press Releases

Largest Study of Teachers in the U.S. Yields Valuable Information about Cancers and Health in Women

BURLINGAME, Calif. – An ongoing health study of over 133,000 California teachers is leading cancer researchers to some interesting theories that may contribute to discovering the causes and prevention...

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