CTA President Eric Heins

National Day of Action to Reclaim Our Schools a Success

Public school districts reminded of obligation to enroll students regardless of immigration status or the basis of race, color, or national origin.
No on DeVos

DeVos as U.S. Secretary of Ed is a step in a dangerous direction

Tell your senators that we need an experienced, qualified secretary of education who actually wants to strengthen and improve all public schools.
Women's March January 21, 2017

Thousands to show for Women's March on America January 21

Together, we will send a message to our leaders and the world that the USA stands for human decency, equal rights and freedom from discrimination.

It's a new year - what a great time to make new wishes!

Now that we're beginning the calendar year, what better time to request classroom supplies to see you through to the end of the school year?



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Familiarizing educators with state's new accountability system

Getting comfortable with the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) and the Local Control & Accountability Plan (LCAP)

On the heels of the State Board of Ed's new accountability rubrics, the CA Collaborative for Educational Excellence recently launched a statewide series of workshops on the state's new local control funding, accountability and improvement system.

Inside California Education TV Series

'Inside California Education' - a new public TV series airs January 28

The series explores dozens of stories from across the state and aspires to enhance the public’s understanding and appreciation of public education in CA

The inside story behind challenging, critical issues in California’s public education will be revealed statewide beginning in late January, when PBS stations throughout the Golden State premiere Inside California Education.

Health Care

Call Congress TODAY: Urge a 'NO' vote on ACA repeal legislation

Congress' attempt to repeal the Affordable Care Act will strip health care coverage from tens of millions of individuals.

In California alone, a repeal would mean that five million would lose coverage, the state's health care system would take a $20 billion hit, and over 200,000 jobs would be eliminated.

A second chance

Alternative schools offer youth a different path to success

Teen mom Isabella Torres grateful for special opportunity

Whether a court or continuation school - or a dropout recovery program - alternative schools may hold the key for at-risk students to succeed.

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