Regarding CTA agency fee payers - we sincerely hope that if you are an existing agency fee payer, you have sent in a request for your rebate. The November 15th deadline has passed and if you haven't filed by now, you will not get your rebate this year. However, if you are a first time filer, you may resign from the union after the 15th. However, you will not get the full amount, but rather a prorated one, depending on how long after the 15th you file. For more information, please go here
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National School Choice Week is time that is set aside to shine a positive spotlight on the need for effective education options for all children . To learn more, go here.
Teachers is a local-only, independent alternative to your teachers
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nonprofit organization Students Matter is currently building a
coalition of supporters who are invested in fixing California's
education system. They believe strongly in including the voices of
teachers in the reform discussion. To learn more, go here.
CTEN conducted an internal poll on Common Core.
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Data you need: An Honest Cheat Sheet
On June 11, Larry Sand spoke to KABC’s Doug McIntyre about the Students Matter decision.
On May 16, Larry Sand had an article posted in City Journal about California’s seniority statute.
On April 11, Larry Sand had an article posted in City Journal about California’s tenure law
On February 16th, CTEN board member Rebecca Friedrichs wrote an op-ed in the Orange County Resister about a teacher’s stand against tyranny.
On February 14th, Larry Sand wrote a rebuttal to an LA Times op-ed about teacher pay and tenure.
On Jan. 31, Larry Sand participated in a discussion about school choice with Andrew Campanella, Lisa Keegan, Lance Izumi and Lisa Snell.
On Jan. 29th, Larry Sand had an op-ed printed in the Orange County Register about school choice.
On Jan. 27, Larry Sand spoke to KABC’s Doug McIntyre about the Students Matter case.
On November 26, Larry Sand had an article posted in City Journal about California’s new “bathroom law.”
On Sept. 19th, Larry Sand had an op-ed printed in the Orange
County Register about the California
Teacher Freedom Project.
On July 11, Larry
Sand had an article posted in City
Journal about a lawsuit in California
could spell the end of union collective-bargaining fees.
On June 20,
Larry Sand had an op-ed printed in Investor’s
Business Daily about National Employee Freedom Week.