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CCA Webinar: Financial Narrative on the Story of District Finances – Wednesday, June 24 – 2 p.m.

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

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CCA Webinar : State Budget Overview – Thursday, June 25 – 11 a.m.

For CCA members only This webinar will provide an overview of the state budget adopted by the Legislature June 15 and the impacts on community colleges, faculty and students. Registration required in advance for this meeting. Session is limited to 100 participants. CCA Members – make sure to get the registration link from your local

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Town hall hosted by the Chancellor’s Office and CCA

You’re Invited SUPPORTING FACULTY DURING COVID-19 AND THE STATE RECOVERY A town hall hosted by the Chancellor’s Office and the Community College Association THURSDAY, MAY 28, 2020 12:00 – 1:30 PM COVID-19 has drastically changed the delivery of instruction. Across the state, faculty are innovating and adapting new teaching modalities to ensure student have access

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We’re all in this together – CCA members provide for their students during COVID-19 pandemic

When Southwestern College Restorative Justice Program Director and CCA member Patrice Milkovich popped the trunk of her Subaru in the parking lot of the Pilot Truck Stop near the Mexican border, the cargo inside was more precious than any illicit cargo that passes through. Milkovich was there to hand over 414 individual student packets of

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Chancellor’s Executive Order allows community college students to withdraw, waives fees, assists with online learning

Actions to help ensure that teaching and learning continues at all 115 community colleges and that students are not penalized academically or financially due to the COVID-19 crisis has been announced by California Community Colleges Chancellor Eloy Ortiz Oakley. For the entire story please visit the California Educator Blog