Every action counts. Take action on the items below, and watch this number grow.
Earn a Micro-Certification
We now offer CTA/NEA micro-certifications, which are short, competency-based courses in a particular area. Subjects include: Support for LGBTQ students; diversity, equity, and culture; and more.
Explore Educational Equity Tools
The Instructional Leadership Corps is a statewide community of professional educators committed to transforming our profession to advance the cause of educational equity. Check out the group’s tools, webinars and more.
Know Your Rights
CTA members have the legal right to a safe and healthy workplace. Get resources to help you understand, preserve and enhance your rights.
Follow Local CTA Chapters on Social Media
Show your support for local chapters by following them on social media.
Sign Up for CTA Updates
Stay informed on the latest CTA news. Just scroll down to the “Stay Informed” section and sign up for member emails.
Celebrate Education Support Professionals
Education support professionals make up one-third of the entire education workforce, and our schools could not run without them. Learn more about the important work they do for public education.
Explore the California Reads Selections
CTA’s California Reads program promotes reading year-round with teacher-approved quarterly book recommendations for multiple age groups. Check out the latest picks for 2021!
Making wellness an integral part of our lifestyle — particularly in the face of pandemic-related stress — is an active process. Check out our wellness resources for educators.
Making an Impact Since 1863
We believe our public schools are worth fighting for. That belief has driven the California Teachers Association since 1863.
Billions of dollars secured for public schools statewide over the years, thanks to CTA’s advocacy.
158 years of advocacy for our profession, our students and our public schools.
In 1866, CTA’s first legislative win establishes free public schools in California.
In 1867, CTA secures public funding for schools that educated students of color.