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November 2012

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CTA BOARD EXPENSES ALCALÁ (O) ALLEN (A) BILEK* (G) BOYD (E) BRIDGE (K) CABELL (L) CICHOCKI DAVIDSON (F) DAWSON (B) DILLON (D) GOLDBERG (J-LA) GROTH (P) HEINS JACKSON (C) LITTMAN* (I) MEEDEN (At-Large) MELENDEZ (H) MONTAÑO (J-HE) ORTEGA (J-LA) PEÑA* (G) SHATUN* (I) STONE (N) VAUGHT* (M) VOGEL 3,505.70 3,553.70 2,187.04 3,629.20 3,859.24 4,547.52 3,697.09 3,557.36 2,040.10 4,185.46 2,811.70 3,671.99 5,967.53 1,590.91 2,001.69 5,295.55 5,116.46 4,117.05 3,324.38 6,469.64 3,800.47 4,478.69 1,911.03 4,063.47 WALSH (CTA/NEA Coordinator) 1,933.58 WASHINGTON (At-Large) 2,309.49 CTA DIRECTORIAL DISTRICTS Norte Del Siskiyou Modoc Humboldt Trinity Shasta Tehama Mendocino A Lake Glenn D Butte Colusa Sut.Yuba Sonoma Napa Marin San Francisco San Mateo Santa Cruz B Yolo Sol. Contra Costa C Ala. Santa Clara Benito San Monterey G San Luis Obispo Santa Barbara Ventura Kern San Bernardino Los Angeles K SEE INSET Orange M N San Diego P CTA DIRECTORIAL DISTRICTS Amounts represent a monthly average for fiscal year 2011-12. During the reporting year, the normal and statewide activities include CTA Board meetings, State Council, Service Center Council meetings, Equity and Human Rights Conference, Good Teaching Conference, various task force meetings and other business related functions. Some differences in expenditures may be due to the widely varied geographical sizes of directorial districts, distances traveled for Regional, Service Center and other meetings, and the varied number of functions CTA Direc- tors are responsible for attending. Expenses of Board members with partial-year service are averaged based on months served and delineated with an asterisk. Riverside Imperial O Lassen Plumas Sierra Nevada Placer El Dorado Sac. Amador Joaquin E Calaveras San Stanislaus Merced Alpine Tuolumne Mariposa F Madera Fresno Inyo Kings Tulare H Ventura G I I Mono Los Angeles H J-LA I I I L M Orange Los Angeles Metro Area N K Riverside M Bernardino O San What are your FAVORITE ONLINE resources? WHAT IS YOUR GO-TO RESOURCE for your subject area, grade level or professional development interest? Be it a website, video or blog, we'd like to hear from you. We promise we'll share in a future issue of this magazine. Send your thoughts to — or post them at UN I V E RSITY IR V IN E November 2012 35

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