Member Benefits for Leaders

Member Benefits
for Leaders

A Social Justice Toolkit

A Social Justice Toolkit

Membership Engagement

Membership Recruitment and Engagement

Organizing in a Post-Fair-Share World

Organizing in a Post-Fair-Share World

Chapter Operations


Community Outreach Toolkit

Engagement Toolkit

Organization Documents


Form Center


  Leader Resource Center · Organizing in a Post-Fair-Share World

In June, 2018, the Supreme Court overruled 41 years of precedence, and sided with billionaires who bankrolled Janus v AFSCME. See CTA's press release from the day of the decision here. The materials below are designed to keep you informed, empower you to respond to fellow educators and the public, make plans for your Chapter, and share the value of being a member. 


Member Processing Toolkit

Member Processing Toolkit
word Membership Processing Toolkit

  • New Membership Enrollment Forms
  • The CTA Membership Drop Process
  • Membership Processing Tools

Membership Recruitment

word Benefits of CTA Membership (member v nonmember flyer)
word Tough Questions
pdf Value of CTA Membership
pdf 5 Reasons to Join CTA
word Membership Recruitment Guide
link Membership Engagement Center

Inoculate Against Attacks

CTA and our local chapters are being directly targeted by the anti-union, anti-public education “Freedom Foundation.” This entity is sending emails encouraging members to opt out of being a union member and paying union dues. This is a direct attack designed to make our union weaker and make it easier to privatize our public schools. Here are some resources to address these attacks.

word Freedom Foundation Sample Email
pdf Freedom Foundation Legal Advisory
pdf Opt-out Freedom Foundation Flyer
pdf Caution Flyer


word Social Media Shareables
link The Fight Continues! Learn more at

Chapter Resources

pdf CTA and ACSA Joint Advisory: Janus v AFSCME and Its Impacts
pdf Advisory: Chapter Access to Employee Orientation
pdf NEA C4O Fundamentals of Organizing
pdf Bargaining Advisory

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