Nominations for excellence in journalism deadline is April 5th

CTA’s John Swett Awards recognizes excellence in education reporting and the deadline for submissions is April 5. CCA recommends local chapters presidents and Service Center chairs nominate a news reporter or news organization that has done an excellent job telling the story of community college students and faculty. These CTA awards honor individuals, publications, websites, television and

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CCA Winter Conference 2019: Bargaining for Success; Advocating for what’s Right, not what is left!

Engagement is growing each year as locals become more and more involved in union work and stewardship.   Over 30 first-time attendees arrived on Day 1 and enjoyed a wonderful orientation and delicious dinner where they could learn, network, and gain resources for success.  Day 2 is sure to be even better.  To see photos from

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CCA Winter Conference 2019 Registration now OPEN!

Registration is now open See important hotel information below.  The DoubleTree is SOLD OUT. Instructions for reserving a room at the overflow hotel that is CCA Approved are detailed below. Reimbursement is contingent upon reserving a room at the hotel listed below. Download the Conference Brochure to view and share with members of your association

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Educators Advocate and Organize For Big Wins!

  From West Virginia, Oklahoma, and Kentucky to Colorado and Arizona, educators took to the streets last spring to rally for adequate K–12 funding, properly equipped classrooms, better wages, and stronger public schools. And in all sorts of other places, they’re winning victories that serve students, create stronger public schools, and strengthen the education profession.

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NEA President: Kavanaugh Is a Poor Choice for Students

Visit NEA’s Legislative Action Center to oppose Kavanaugh’s nomination. If confirmed, Kavanaugh could play the deciding role on Court decisions that include whether it’s constitutional to divert taxpayers’ money to pay for private schools; whether educators have a voice on the job in advocating for themselves and for their students; and whether all Americans, including children

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