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April/May 2023

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April / May 2023 V O L U M E 2 7 I S S U E 5 MAGAZINE DIGITAL PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT MEMBER BENEFITS SOCIAL JUSTICE WARRIORS CTA's 2023 Human Rights Award recipients (above) honored for their civil and human rights work. PAGE 26 CTA ESP OF THE YEAR Carol Peek is a tireless advo- cate for respect for all ESPs. PAGE 17 TRUE & OPEN BARGAIN Twin Rivers United Educators built power through an open bargain. PAGE 38 WORD: COMMUNITY SCHOOLS Richmond educators get them in the contract. PAGE 35 SOCIAL MEDIA: USEFUL INFO Learn all about the power of useful information in creating messages that stick. PAGE 44 CONTRACT ENFORCEMENT The Legal Beat column looks at the latest on collective bar- gaining rights. PAGE 36 UNINVITED GUESTS Project Veritas agents try to crash CTA State Council. PAGE 33 EDUCATOR TAX DEDUCTIONS You may qualify for state and federal tax credits. PAGE 55 W H A T ' S H A P P E N I N G N O W #WeAreCTA OUR VOICE, OUR UNION, OUR PROFESSION CALM FOR YOUR CLASSROOM Members can use their free subscription to the medita- tion app for both themselves and their students. PAGE 54 calm CTA/NEA-RETIRED Big benefits, joys in joining CTA's vibrant chapter for retired educators. PAGE 52 CCA SPRING CONFERENCE CTA's Community College Association gathering high- lights membership. PAGE 9 NEA FOUNDATION GRANTS Educators can apply for three different types of grants in amounts up to $5,000. Dead- line: April 27. PAGE 9 PLAN NOW FOR SUMMER Mark your calendars and register in advance for conferences, trainings and workshops galore for you and your chapter. PAGE 9 1 Photo: CTA's 2023 Human Rights Award winners, with CTA officers. Story on p. 26. A P R I L / M AY 2 0 2 3

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