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CCA 2021 Fall Conference Registration is now OPEN!

Registration for the CCA 2021 Fall Conference is OPEN! At this conference, we will focus on enhancing bargaining skills and coordinating strategies focused on collective bargaining. In addition to sessions on bargaining-related issues, we have our first Council meeting of the academic year. Legislative updates will also be offered at the Fall Conference. The 2021 CCA

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CCA/CTA’s sponsored legislation (AB 1269 – C. Garcia) – Petition

Sign the petition TODAY in support of CCA/CTA’s sponsored legislation (AB 1269 – C. Garcia) to ensure parity for part-time faculty so that equal work results in equal pay! Groundbreaking legislation, AB 1269 (Garcia), has been introduced in the California legislature that would ensure parity for part-time faculty so that equal work results in equal pay. Join

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CCA Part-Time Faculty Workshop: Applying for Unemployment Insurance Spring 2021

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.  

San Joaquin Delta College Teachers Association Social Justice and Equity Committee wins prestigious Stanback-Stroud Diversity Award

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

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Oral History Project Receives IFT Grant: Riverside CCD Faculty Association awarded $18K to bring project to life!

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

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