Prior to his presentation, Vice President Gore met with CTA representatives who work closely with the pension system, including CTA State Council Retirement Chair Maggie Ellis (at left) and CTA Legislative Advocate Jennifer Baker (at right)
Former VP Gore address CalSTRS
EGEA Welcomes New EGUSD Superintendent Chris Hoffman
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EGBERT Eligibility Tentative Agreement
EGBERT is the EGUSD retiree health care trust. EGEA and the other EGUSD bargaining units have signed a tentative agreement changing the eligibility for future employees starting July 1, 2015 or later. This is an important change to maintain the viability of this trust. Read the tentative agreement and the summary below. The voting window for this (and the CTA State Council runoff) election will be held May 19th through June 4th, 2015.
EGEA/EGUSD Tentative Agreement-February 2015
EGEA and EGUSD reached a Tentative Agreement on February 25, 2015. EGEA Members voted for the TA with a 98% approval of the membership. The EGUSD Board of Education unanimously approved the TA at the Board Meeting on March 17th, 2015.
- EGEA/EGUSD Tentative Agreement Summary-February 2015
- EGEA/EGUSD Tentative Agreement-February 2015
- Elementary Class Size Overload Agreement
- Elementary Collaboration Pilot Agreement
CTA Adopts New Strategic Long Term Plan
"After months of talking with, listening to and getting input from CTA members and staff, committees were formed correlating to eight key areas identified upon which to focus and build a strategic plan to lead CTA for the next three to five years. These committees developed goals and tasks in each focus area. Out of those goals and tasks, a final Strategic Plan was developed and was submitted in October to CTA State Council for review." At the January 2014 meeting of the CTA State Council the new CTA Strategic Long Term Plan was unanimously approved. Click HERE to read more about this plan at the CTA website.