There are many benefits to being a part of your local union. Many of these benefits are financial, but some are also personal. Not only do we work to give you protection on the job and better quality work conditions, DTA works to connect you with fellow educators and create a system of support where you feel engaged in the community. Sometimes we celebrate victories together. Sometimes we plan important actions for our future.
If you’re not sure what union membership is all about, here’s a detailed article by the NEA that explains the function of your union and how it can help you.
Want to know more about the California Teachers Association? Visit this page for information about who CTA is and what they endeavor to do for you.
What is collective bargaining? The pamphlets below contain useful information on the goals, history, and scope of collective bargaining:
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