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Posted May 31, 2013 in Site Pages

CTA/CCA and Allies Defeat Effort to Move Funds from Classrooms to Management

CTA-opposed AB 806 rejected by Assembly Appropriations Committee.

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Posted May 31, 2013 in the Blog

Capitol News: CTA/CCA and Allies Defeat Effort to Move Funds from Classrooms to Management

The Assembly Appropriations Committee rejected AB 806. The CTA-opposed bill by Assembly Member Scott Wilk (R-Santa Clarita) would have undermined the current law requiring community college districts to spend at least 50 p...

Posted May 17, 2013 in Site Pages

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Posted May 31, 2009 in California Educator

Mary Larsen

Crowded classrooms make learning a challenge

The district: Madera Unified School District will have to cut $15.4 million next year after already cutting $9 million last year, says Madera Unified Teachers Association...

Related Tags:Volume 13 Issue 8, Inside Educator, Educator Feature, Achievement gap, Budget, Class size reduction, Funding, Student, Teacher,

Posted September 29, 2009 in California Educator

Yolanda Benito

Handling crowded classrooms

It's not unusual for Yolanda Benito's classroom to be packed with high school students. Some mornings, she has as many as 50. Amazingly, during a recent visit, most were on task and attentive.

Benito's...

Related Tags:Volume 14 Issue 1, Inside Educator, Educator Feature,

Posted December 18, 2012 in California Educator

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Flipping the classroom

Flipping, otherwise known as backwards teaching, is a nationwide trend that encourages students to be responsible for their own learning.

Algebra class has never smelled...

Related Tags:Volume 17 Issue 4, Make A Difference, Inside Educator, Educator,

Posted December 18, 2012 in California Educator

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Flipping the classroom

Flipping, otherwise known as backwards teaching, is a nationwide trend that encourages students to be responsible for their own learning.

Algebra class has never smelled...

Posted May 17, 2013 in Site Pages

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Posted September 27, 2009 in California Educator

Vicki Nosanov-Goldman

Dealing with classroom cuts: freebies and discounts can help

When life gives her lemons, Vicki Nosanov-Goldman has her nutrition students make lemon meringue pies and lemon bars. When life gives her other items, she also finds a way to use them.

For...

Related Tags:Volume 14 Issue 1, Inside Educator, Educator Feature,

Posted November 20, 2013 in CCA Advocate

Management salaries keep going up

The rich get richer...

By Keith Law, CCA Board Member, Merced College

Over the past five years, Merced College increased student fees, cut classes, student services, and faculty...

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