CCAFT Weekly Update 5/20/15

Click here to read the 5/20/15 Weekly Update.

  1. District PD during summer not required
  2. Protect your paycheck--sign AFT petition now!
  3. CCISD sending contracts out today
  4. CCAFT file grievance over walk-through forms

CCISD Sending Out Contracts

Today, May 20, CCISD plans to send out contracts for 2015-16. To read more, click here.

CCAFT Walk-Through Grievance

Click here to read the grievance CCAFT has filed about walk-throughs.

CCISD Leadership at Work--Teacher Evaluations

Sould teacher evaluatio9ns be based on high-stakes testing? Two superintendents respond differently. Click here to see how our Superintendent Roland Hernandez sees it differently from Superintendent Mark Henry at Cypress-Fairbanks.

CCAFT UNION VOICE -- May 14, 2015

Click here to read the May 14, 2015, edition of the Union Voice from President Ray McMurrey. The contents are as follows:

  1. CCISD School Board moves to evaluate teachers based on high-stakes testing
  2. CCAFT questioning CCISD about changing walk-through forms during the school year
  3. Administration "leak" informs CCAFT of unethical use of TINAs against veteran teachers
  4. CCAFT "Teacher Leader" presentations this Saturday, May 16, at Del Mar College
  5. CCISD employees deserve significant pay raise
  6. Texas AFT monitoring Texas legislative session
  7. The district can't mandate professional development during the summer

CCAFT Teacher Leader Presentations

You are cordially invited to attend a special day of Action Research presentations conducted by select CCAFT grant participants. CCAFT is taking the lead locally and nationally tackling the important issues facing public education. Innovation, reform and proven academic methods are best derived by real teachers who teach every day. CCAFT and the Union are constantly striving for solution-driven outcomes regarding what is best for public education. Join us at Del Mar College on Saturday, May 16, 2015, Coles Building, Room 227.

Click here to see details of the presentations.

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