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The California's Teachers Association (CTA) and the California Federation of Teachers (CFT) have appealed the Los Angeles Superior Court's decision to strip state educators of their tenure rights. The action by the teacher unions follows a similar appeal by the State of California and California Gov. Jerry Brown
"Despite a relentless campaign by outside forces determined to discredit and destroy the MEA, more than 95 percent of our members stayed. This August, less than 5,000 members left the MEA out of about 110,000 active members. Our members’ message to these groups is that they believe in the MEA and no amount of outside rhetoric is going to dissuade them.
EAST LANSING, Sept. 2, 2014 —The Michigan Education Association today launched a new Web video that highlights Gov. Rick Snyder’s and the Republican Legislature’s $1.8-billion tax break to corporate special interests – and what those cuts have done to Michigan students.
State Superintendent Mike Flanagan will be retiring July 2015, and you can share your thoughts and recommendations on the qualities a new superintendent should have.
Nineteen low-performing schools in the state will share $114 million in federal funding to improve student achievement over the next three years. The money will come in the form of School Improvement Grants (SIG) given to Priority Schools in the bottom 5 percent of the state’s Top-to-Bottom ranking.