May 2010

The Advocate – 33.6 – May 2010 (2 MB)

In this issue:

  • March for California’s Future points to ways forward from state’s budget crisis
  • Contract talks focus on Board policies; economic issues still ahead
  • More flex days, more non-instructional work, but less real professional development
  • AFT and District Academic Senate make plans to collaborate
  • Across AFT’s great divide: A part-timer’s view of losing classes
  • A history of the neoliberal assault on public education
  • Q&A about the District’s post-retirement health care funds
  • Part-timers are eligible for unemployment benefits
  • AFT 1493 elections have begun; don’t forget to vote