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SPRING CONFERENCE REGISTRATION The CCA Spring Conference highlights membership and our “We Honor Ours” (WHO) Awards winners. The last CCA council of the academic year is also held at the Spring Conference. The 2021 Spring Conference will take place virtually, April 23-25. Check out the Conference Agenda and the Session Descriptions for details! Some highlights include: Advocacy skills during investigatory
WHO Awards Nominations Forms Faculty Equity and Diversity Nomination Form Advocacy Awards Form
This presentation will walk you through the application process for Unemployment Insurance and answer common questions from part-time faculty about benefits under this program. Save your spot! Pre-register for one of the dates below: March 11, 4pm-5pm May 4, 4pm-5pm May 12, 5pm-6pm After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Visit the Communications Awards page on the CTA website for information and to apply Visit the State Gold Awards page on the CTA website for information and to apply
The San Joaquin Delta College Teacher Association’s Social Justice Committee earned the Stanback-Stroud Diversity Award presented by the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges. The prestigious award honors faculty members’ tireless work on behalf of Delta College students through projects such as the Dreamer’s Success Center, Social Justice Radio Hour and Pathway to Law Program. SJDCTA is
Thanks to a grant from CTA’s Institute for Teaching (IFT), CCA member Jennifer Escobar is working with four other educators and 30 secondary and postsecondary students from Val Verde and Moreno Valley school districts on an ambitious oral history project. Escobar, associate professor of English at Moreno Valley College and member of the Riverside CCD
Funding shortfalls on par with those in the Great Recession of 2008 threaten California public education and other vital services as CTA joins state leaders in calling for federal approval of the HEROES Act to help close the $54-billion state budget deficit outlined today in Gov. Gavin Newsom’s May budget revise… read more
For CCA members only This webinar will review the monitoring of the legislative process and the advocacy for laws that positively impact teaching and student learning and against policies that negatively impact faculty. Updates will be provided on issues such as: pay parity for part-time faulty, requirements for districts entering College and Career Access Pathways (CCAP) partnerships, college admission,
This webinar will teach you how to personalize your colleges districts financials into a comprehensive, easy to understand presentation that will: Mobilize your members Educate your district board members galvanize community allies With a clear financial message, your Association will be able to organize winning contract campaigns, Registration is required in advance ad is limited