CTA: 150 Years and Counting

This year, the California Teachers Association is celebrating its 150th anniversary. This provides an opportunity to look back and see what CTA has done over the years. The changes in …
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The Consent of the Governed

Dear Colleagues, Apologies for the tardiness of my first weekly post, but even as I write this, I am flying home from spending several days in Washington, DC, where I …
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A Whole New World

Dear Colleagues, The mission of the San José Teachers Association is to empower you to educate, inspire, and change lives through public education. This website is one more step to …
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Credit Where Credit Is Due

This week, the Department of Education released the findings of a new study in which the cornerstone is an increased graduation rate, which now stands at 78 percent of students. …
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Sea of Faith

Maybe you have been in a situation such as the one that I found myself in this weekend.  I was with friends at a get together — shindig, soiree, hootenanny, …
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