California Educator

February / March 2018

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Individual CTA chapters work to foster strong connections among their member- ship, knowing that these ongoing efforts make calls for collective action — whether for a community food drive or negotiating with the district — that much easier. How are chapters forging team bonds and cultivating mutual interests? e following pages showcase a few examples. Kern County Education Association officers, from left to right: Yolanda Baxter-Cole, Greg Ardoin, Miriam Matos-Brown, Tracy Sneed, Cotati Thomas-Crompton. San Leandro Teachers Association executive board members Nancy James, left, and Valarie Sowers remind attendees at SLTA's "Issues to Action" forum in October of how SLTA and CTA actions help all educators. Credit: Tom Morse 52 CTA & You M E M B E R E N G A G E M E N T Winning Minds Hearts &

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