Leaders representing all segments of California’s education system share their reactions to the governor’s 2023-24 January budget proposal for California's public college and university systems.
Leaders representing all segments of California’s education system share their reactions to the governor’s 2022-23 January budget proposal.
Gov. Newsom should sit down with union leaders to negotiate a safe statewide reopening of all public schools for in-person instruction.
Amid rampant spread of Covid-19, teacher opposition makes the prospect of a large-scale return of students to campuses less likely anytime soon.
A federal lawsuit seeks to reinstate a federal rule requiring for-profit colleges to report the debt and earnings of its graduates.
Membership decline likely tied to the departure of a major CTA affiliate, the California Faculty Association.
The court's newest justice, Neil Gorsuch, will decide if unions have cause for worry.
An advocacy group for English learners says the $5 million in new state money to train more bilingual teachers is a "first step," and warns that Proposition 58 has worsened a severe shortage of bilingual teachers.
Unions fearing a loss of mandatory fees will get access to recruit new workers.
Most teachers receiving layoff notices will eventually have them rescinded in coming weeks as districts receive better state budget estimates.
Teacher tenure, layoff and firing statutes are at stake.
At stake is the ability of the CTA and public employee unions to charge mandatory fees.
The union seeks changes in discipline of black males, cultural training for teachers.
Teachers backed by StudentsFirst claim free-speech violations.