The Community College Association
The Force Awakens Forum Set for May 13
Registration is now available
for “The Force Awakens: Inclusion in Education and Justice for All”
a special one-day forum sponsored by CCA on May 13 at the LAX Hyatt Hotel. Come learn more about the topic from Kevin Kumashiro, the dean of the School of Education at the University of San Francisco, and help decide what CCA can do as an organization. The forum is free for all CCA and Student CTA members!
CCA Chapters to Join in May 1 Statewide Day of Action
CCA will join with labor groups all over the country in celebrating May 1, the original Labor Day, and creating events that convey the importance of unions in maintaining the middle class and fostering social justice. Read the fact sheet
Educators United with Our Communities Day
San Bernardino Valley College faculty, staff and students unite for quality education on April 4th.
We Want to Hear from You!
How do you get your news from CCA/CTA? Would you like to be better informed? What about sharing your ideas with us?
Join the Beyond the Moment Campaign
CCA members are urged to join in the Beyond the Moment
campaign by participating in actions that will take place nationwide throughout the month of April. The campaign continues actions and political education efforts of April 4. Find an action near you
or start your own.
A Call to Action for Public Education
Join CTA and CCA in supporting a strong, inclusive, safe and innovative public education system that ensures all students can succeed, regardless of their ZIP code. We urge our local CCA chapters to adopt this Resolution of Unity, Resolve and Resilience
or use it to create your own.
Coping with Hunger on Campus
With the rising number of “food-insecure” college students, faculty in California’s community colleges and CSU campuses are becoming more involved than ever in caring for their students’ basic needs. Read the article in the Educator to learn what your colleagues are doing about this crisis.
Join the Professors Watchlist
With a nod to the film Spartacus
, faculty around the country are joining the Professors Watchlist
to protect their colleagues from a witch hunt unleashed by a new website that asks students to “expose” liberal bias among professors.