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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 26, 1991
A longtime Orange County math and computer science teacher has been named president of the California Teachers Assn., the group announced in Los Angeles. D. A. (Dell) Weber is teaching concurrently in the Anaheim Union High School District and Rancho Santiago Community College District in Santa Ana. He served the past five years as vice president of the association, and nine years as treasurer. He replaces Ed Foglia, a San Jose social studies teacher.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 26, 1991
A longtime Orange County math and computer science teacher has been named president of the California Teachers Assn., the group announced in Los Angeles. D. A. (Dell) Weber is teaching concurrently in the Anaheim Union High School District and Rancho Santiago Community College District in Santa Ana. He served the past five years as vice president of the association, and nine years as treasurer. He replaces Ed Foglia, a San Jose social studies teacher.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 28, 1988
Your editorial is wrong. Your error stems, presumably, from a lack of familiarity with the state's collective bargaining law. Because I want Proposition 98 monies put on the bargaining table in local school districts, you conclude that I want all the dollars "for teacher salaries." That is not true. Teacher salaries are only one of many fiscal items that California Teachers Assn. chapters negotiate with school management. Class size is another. What I resolved to "fight" in state Sen. Gary K. Hart's (D-Santa Barbara)
NEWS
September 2, 1990 | WILLIAM TROMBLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As classes resume this week, the failure of Gov. George Deukmejian and the Legislature to agree on a school funding plan has left school officials up and down the state wondering how much money they have to spend this year. After the collapse of once-promising negotiations late Friday, Deukmejian blamed the failure on State Supt. of Public Instruction Bill Honig and California Teachers Assn. President Ed Foglia--who both blamed Deukmejian.
NEWS
September 2, 1990 | WILLIAM TROMBLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As classes resume this week, the failure of Gov. George Deukmejian and the Legislature to agree on a school funding plan has left school officials up and down the state wondering how much money they have to spend this year. After the collapse of once-promising negotiations late Friday, Deukmejian blamed the failure on State Supt. of Public Instruction Bill Honig and California Teachers Assn. President Ed Foglia--who both blamed Deukmejian.
NEWS
March 27, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The California Teachers Assn. has agreed to actively support Proposition 111, a June 5 ballot measure that would modify the state's spending limit and increase the gas tax. The decision by the 230,000-member organization is a boost for the campaign to win voter approval of the tax increase, which would add 9 cents a gallon over four years. The teachers group had threatened last December to finance a campaign against the measure.
OPINION
January 27, 1991
Gov. Wilson, in his inaugural address, unquestionably placed the welfare of children as his highest priority. Yet, when he unveiled his budget, it was our children's future which was most placed in jeopardy through devastating cuts to education and other family services. The Times is correct that Wilson faces a Herculean task in using the options he has to resolve the budget crisis (editorial, "The Birth of a Salesman," Jan. 12). But it may be time to face the fact that new revenue beyond candy and alcohol taxes is needed to fund the escalating costs of programs necessary for our growing population.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 8, 1993 | JANE HULSE
Ventura County's Green Party council has endorsed a grass-roots petition drive aimed at recalling Gov. Pete Wilson from office. The local party council decided at a meeting Wednesday night to back the San Jose-based recall organization called Bite 'Em Back, which kicked off its recall drive in September. Gerhard W.
NEWS
February 1, 1990
Teachers in the Compton Unified School District have asked the California Teachers Assn. to sanction the district for what the teachers say is a refusal to negotiate. "We've been trying to negotiate a contract with this district since last February," said Muriel Brooks, president of the Compton Education Assn., which represents the district's 1,085 teachers.
NEWS
December 16, 1988 | DOUGLAS SHUIT, Times Staff Writer
The Democratic chairman of the Senate Education Committee, in basic agreement with Republican Gov. George Deukmejian but on a collision course with teacher unions, said Thursday he wants most of the money schools will receive under Proposition 98 to be spent to reduce classroom overcrowding. The announcement by Sen. Gary K.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 28, 1988
Your editorial is wrong. Your error stems, presumably, from a lack of familiarity with the state's collective bargaining law. Because I want Proposition 98 monies put on the bargaining table in local school districts, you conclude that I want all the dollars "for teacher salaries." That is not true. Teacher salaries are only one of many fiscal items that California Teachers Assn. chapters negotiate with school management. Class size is another. What I resolved to "fight" in state Sen. Gary K. Hart's (D-Santa Barbara)
NEWS
January 22, 1990 | EDMUND NEWTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The policy-making council of the California Teachers Assn., meeting in Los Angeles, voted unanimously Sunday to adopt a "watch" position on a proposed amendment to the state Constitution that would liberalize state spending limits. Before the association endorses the so-called state Constitutional Amendment 1, which would modify the 1979 "Gann Limit," leaders want drafters of the measure to spell out more clearly guarantees on education financing, said association President Ed Foglia.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 17, 1988
California's Republican governor and a key Democratic state senator sound remarkably in tune in calling for reducing public-school class sizes with money newly available for education. But the California Teachers Assn. unfortunately is interrupting this rare bit of harmony. The teachers' association urges that the money for schools approved by voters under Proposition 98 go partly for teachers' salaries.
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