About VTA


NEA-RA delegates – UPDATED!

What!    The National Education Association Representative Assembly—the RA—is the highest decision-making body within the over 3 million-member NEA. With over 8,000 delegates, the RA is also the world’s largest democratic deliberative body. How long is the RA? Over the course of eight business sessions spanning four days, RA delegates debate the vital issues that impact …

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In memory of…

…our previous webmaster, Jim Mumaugh. Thank you for showing us the way.

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CTA State Council delegates

CTA is rigorously democratic. Its structure gives members the ultimate voice in what the Association does. By secret ballot, you and your colleagues elect the 760-plus members of the State Council of Education, CTA’s highest governing body. Meeting four times a year, State Council sets policy for the organization, adopts the budget, determines dues, recommends expenditures …

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Standing committees

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Representative Council – VTA’s governing body

Alamo Elementary School Lead rep – Sofia Calderon Padan Elementary School Lead rep – Annmarie Woehler Navjot Kaur Hemlock Elementary School and ACE Charter School Lead rep – Yvonne DiMichele Cooper Elementary School Lead rep – Russ Tucker Julie McGee Callison Elementary School Lead rep – Allen May Leslie Losberger Browns Valley Elementary School Lead …

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Executive Board – VTA’s executive body

Here is your Executive Board for the 2015-2017 term: President – Tracy Begley Vice-president – Alyson Brauning Treasurer – Brenda Hensley Recording Secretary – Corey Penrose Corresponding Secretary – Samantha Dubs VHS/CHS/ESC director – Sylvia Aquino WCW/BCS/Ernest Kimme ISP director – Todd Blanset Vaca Pena director – Jenny Brown Jepson director – Becky Wylie Alamo and Markham- …

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