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CCAFT PRINT APPLICATIONS

INSTRUCTIONS: These are the current applications for membership with the Corpus Christi American Federation of Teachers. Dues are paid on twice monthly with half of your monthly dues collected each pay period through payroll deduction. To drop another organization that currently represents you, please be sure to follow instructions on the lower right had corner of the application. CORPUS CHRISTI...

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Know Your Rights Workshops

Know Your Rights Workshops offer critical information for navigating the pandemic and learning how to advocate within your First Amendment rights If you missed our Wednesday Know Your Rights workshops, you can view recordings online on our Covid-19 resource page. The first workshop delves into employment issues around COVID-19, including a recap of a previous webinar we did on options for...

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CCAFT Member Service Intake

Please complete the following submission form about your concern or issue. The information will be submitted to CCAFT Vice President Melba Crowder (mebaa74@gmail.com) and copied to CCAFT President Dr. Nancy Vera (nvera43@aol.com). Remember that we are here for you. Feel free to call our office at 361-855-0482, if you prefer, and you will receive a return call from Melba or...

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31st Annual Convention

Thank you to ALL of our members and retirees who joined us today for our 31st Annual Convention!! A huge Texas-sized Thank You to our guest speakers State Senator Eddie Lucio, Jr., State Rep. Terry Canales, School Board President Espie Ochoa, Asst. Superintendent for HR Martin Muñoz, and Horace Mann Insurance Vincent Torres. Together, we will Rise Up and overcome...

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Union Calls for 10% Pay Raise Across The Board

Dear CCAFT Members and Friends, Today, I write with an urgent request that all individuals, who support a robust and improved public school system, sign our petition calling upon local school boards to provide their workers with a 10-percent pay raise that fairly values their contribution to our communities both year-round and during this extraordinary health crisis. Sign the appropriate...

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The Costs of education during a pandemic: Why we need the HEROES Act

On July 10, the Legislative Study Group Caucus put out a report on the costs of education during a pandemic. They have asked the public to contact their congressional representative and senator and ask them to support the $90 billion educational funding provision in the HEROES Act.  Some $58 billion of that money would cover K-12 education needs, and Texas...

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Want to become a member of Alliance/AFT?

Welcoming you to the Alliance/AFT family is an honor as we advocate and fight for your rights as a district employee. When you join Alliance/AFT, you stand shoulder to shoulder with generations of educators and current colleagues who have fought to improve the working conditions for everyone who follows in their footsteps. As national AFT President Randi Weingarten says, “Just...

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