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TAP is the official bargaining agent for the teachers and counselors of the Paramount Unified School District. We support our members in their ongoing efforts to lead our students to greater social, personal, and academic success.

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Announcements

Upcoming CTA Statewide Conferences

Online registration is now open for all upcoming CTA Statewide Conferences. When you attend a CTA conference, you receive vital information and perspective from some of the best content experts and thought leaders in public education that you can immediately apply to your role as an educator and local leader.

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Bargaining Update (Meeting Sept. 8th)

Last Friday, your Bargaining Team met with the district for negotiations.

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Incentive grants for upcoming conferences

Message from the President
CTA President Eric Heins

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LEGISLATIVE UPDATE AS SESSION ADJOURNS FOR 2017

This was another interesting year in Sacramento followed by an election that led to a lot of uncertainty—uncertainty in terms of federal funding, politically-charged mandates about jeopardizing the integrity of our immigrant families and communities, and the list goes on.

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CONGRATULATIONS KIM!!!!!

The “We Honor Ours” (WHO) awards are granted annually to  a TAP/CTA member, who has given exemplary or outstanding service to education in the effort to support public schools and education.  This year, we CONGRATULATE our very own Kimberly Goforth, Bargaining Chair, for her extraodinary dedication and hard work in protecting and moving public education forward!  

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America is slowly sucking the life out of education—starting with its teachers

Education pays.
According to a new report from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), adults with a college degree are 10 percentage points more likely to be employed, and will earn 56% more on average than adults who only completed the end of high school. They are less likely to suffer from depression than their less-educated peers.
The US has always enjoyed a huge advantage in higher-ed attainment. In 2000, 43% of 25-34 year olds had a college education compared to an average of 26% in the 35 OECD member countries. But that advantage is quickly closing. In 2016, it was down to four points, with 48% of Americans following through to higher ed. And Americans now have to compete in an increasingly competitive global workforce.

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Hope in Times of Hate

Resources to Talk About Racism and Hate

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Urge Your Assembly Member to OPPOSE AB 1217

Legislative Alert

URGENT: Contact your Assembly Member NOW and urge a NO vote on private school with public funds

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NEA: How To Help (Hurricane Harvey, Irma & Jose)

Being part of NEA means being part of a family—a huge and caring family—that reaches out to members when disaster strikes. We are stepping forward in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.

The hurricane made landfall in Rockport, Tex. on Friday, August 25, and in the aftermath of the Category 4 storm, Houston and other communities have been swamped by the most extreme rain event in our nation’s history. The images of flattened buildings, devastated neighborhoods, and roadways inundated by unprecedented floods are horrifying and frightening.

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Kids Not Profits

Kids Not Profit Public education should be about kids, not profits. Kids Not Profits has developed out of a growing concern from educators, parents, civil rights and community groups for greater accountability and transparency for California’s charter schools. On kidsnotprofits.com you will find facts, figures, reports and updated news stories to help you become more aware of the impact current...
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