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Educators All-in for Schools and Communities First

The initiative will restore over $11 billion per year to California’s schools, community colleges, health clinics, and other vital local services.
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CTA Celebrates LGBTQ+ Pride Month

Love is Love. Worker rights are LGBTQ+ rights. Onward to a world free of discrimination and hatred for all!

Historic #RedForEd Day of Action Wins Victory for Students

Thousands of educators painted the streets of Sacramento and the halls of our Capitol #RedForEd and won a massive victory for students.
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CTA's #RedForEd Gear is Here! Shop the Online Store Today

Need more red in your closet to wear to #RedForEd actions? Visit CTA's new online pop-up shop and stock up on Union-Made #RedForEd gear.



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Protect the Dream: Tell Congress: Pass the Dream Act Now!

Tell your member of Congress to support the Dream and Promise Act today.

Take action today to support the Dream Act of 2019 (S. 874) and the Safe Environment from Countries Under Repression and Emergency Act (S. 879). The House passed the American Dream and Promise Act (H.R. 6) and the ball is in the Senate’s court.

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The Instructional Leadership Corps: Entrusting Professional Learning in the Hands of the Profession

New report looks at the impact of Instructional Leadership Corps (ILC)

A report by the Learning Policy Institute looks at how the ILC is changing the paradigm for teacher learning.

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Gov. Newsom Stands Up to Charter Privatizers

Gov. Newsom continues to be a champion for Public Education

Update: Governor’s Charter Task Force recommendations echo need for accountability & local control in legislation currently being considered by California lawmakers.

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Educators Needed for 2020 Health Education Instructional Materials Review Panel

Deadline for Applications: 3 p.m. Wednesday. July 24, 2019

The State Board of Education and the State Superintendent of Public Instruction are seeking candidates to serve on review panels for the 2020 Health Education Adoption of Instructional Materials.

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