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Celebrate the Sheroes of CTA for Women's History Month

California Educator consistently puts the spotlight on inspiring, strong, and brilliant women of CTA. Check out a few at the link!
Caption: The CTA 2019 Human Rights Award winners, from left, top row: Leigh Cambra, Kurt Dearie, Miyuki Manzanedo (Student CTA President), Shane Parmely, Sandra Martínez-Galván; bottom row: Darci Gibson, CTA Vice President Theresa Montaño, President Eric Heins, and Secretary-Treasurer David Goldberg, Kyna Collins

CTA’s 2019 Human Rights Award Winners Announced

CTA’s Human Rights Awards Program celebrates efforts to advance and protect human and civil rights within our ranks.
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OEA Contract Ratified! Fight for Public Schools Will Continue

While applauding the gains made with the agreement, educators vowed to continue their fight.
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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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CTA Institute for Teaching Grants

Deadline: March 31, 2019

It’s grant application time at CTA's Institute for Teaching (IFT). All CTA members are eligible to apply for an Educator grant (up to $5,000) or an Impact grant (up to $20,000) for the 2019-2020 school year.

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Help for California Casualty policyholders affected by natural disasters

CTA's endorsed insurance company, California Casualty, is ready to help policyholders in need

A message to California Casualty policyholders: Affected by natural disasters in California? Please report your claim to us at: 1-800-800-9410. We care about you!

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New Report: LGBTQ Students Not Receiving Adequate Support

A new Human Rights Campaign Foundation survey found that LGBTQ students are not receiving adequate support in their school environments.

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The Public Education All California Students Deserve

CTA's Advocacy Agenda is based on education research and created with input and the expertise from thousands of educators across the state. #WeAreCTA

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