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UTLA: Safe and Equitable Conditions For Restarting LAUSD Schools in 2020-21
From UTLA- "The Same Storm, But Different Boats: The Safe and Equitable Conditions for Starting LAUSD in 2020-21" research paper.
A statement of support for the Black Lives Matter Movement and response to the killing of George Floyd by officers of the Minneapolis Police Department from NHTA President Joe Angeles.
NHTA Social Grant Awards 2018
NHTA Social Justice Grant Awards NHTA is very pleased to describe and recognize the Fall 2018 Grant Awards. Monic Coates, Kitayama Elementary School Ms. Coates "Kimochis" program is a social-emotional educational curriculum that assists students by helping them to have a productive and powerful interactions in and out of the classroom. Jesse Reta, Cesar Chavez Middel School ...
Bargaining Update October 2018
Bargaining Update October 2018 On October 29, 2018, the Bargaining Team met with the District to establish meeting norms and discussion protocols for all sessions. NHTA and the District expressed mutual interest in working collaboratively to reach a fair and equitable settlement. Our team then outlined our goals and then introduced our 4 R's; Repair, Respect, Restore and Reple ...
Welcome Members and Community to our newly designed website
We are very pleased to offer this highly useful communication tool that will allow us to get out messages, updates and events out to you all in a more efficient manner. Websites have become the most used way that we communicate in this era. We look forward to our new website to serve as quick and easy way to use as a resource for information and to provide direct communication ...
Latino Heritage Month Resolution 003-1819
Recognizing diversity and the contributions of marginalized peoples and communities enhances the awareness and understanding of those not traditionally recognized in education. In an efforts to raise that awareness, The New Haven Board of Education passed the Latino Heritage Month Sept 15 to October 15. Although we encourage this recognition and understanding throughout the yea ...