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Supreme Court Ruling Deals a Blow to CA Teachers, Students and Communities of Color

July 3, 2018

The Supreme Court’s ruling last week in Janus v. American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees dealt yet another blow to our communities. The decision means anti-worker politicians and corporations have one more weapon to silence the voices of youth and communities of color on the ground. By ruling that government workers no longer…

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Students Call On Legislators To Address California Teacher Shortage

June 7, 2017

Just last year, California’s teacher shortage forced schools to hire more than 10,000 underprepared teachers. The Learning Policy Institute has found that low-income students of color are 3 times more likely to be taught by an underprepared teacher. Underprepared teachers fall into 3 categories (California Commission on Teacher Credentialing):   Teachers who provisional intern permits,…

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Celebrating Top 10 Teachers That Are Closing the Belief Gap | Press Release

May 3, 2016

California Students Honor Teachers on National Teacher’s Appreciation Day Teachers that are closing the Belief Gap Contact: Saa’un P. Bell | saaun@caljustice.org | 562.472.7687 California– What makes a great teacher? Each and everyone one of us can recall that one teacher that changed our lives. Teachers that inspired us, taught us to pursue our passions…

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What’s the State of Education in East San Jose, Oakland and Fresno? Sign up for the webinars.

April 21, 2016

A Race in Education Series. #Raceinedu Californians for Justice and Teacher Associations in Oakland, East San Jose and Fresno team up to bring you the State of Education from perspectives in the classroom. In celebration of Californians for Justice’s 20th Anniversary, we are kicking off a year-long Race in Education series across the State. The webinar…

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