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2017 NSO Winter Advocacy Retreat begins

NSO President Brad Darjean welcomed more than 250 participants to the Retreat by letting them know they will be experiencing NSO’s signature event. “This is an opportunity to get together as peers to meet, learn, share ideas and celebrate their union,” Darjean said. “The training is provided by fellow union brothers and sisters and gives […]

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Two appointed to fill NSO Executive Committee vacancies

NSO President Brad Darjean has appointed Charmaine Champagne and Lois Tarr to fill two open Executive Committee positions. Champagne is the new Region 1 Director replacing Cheryl Singleton and Lois Tarr is the new At Large B Director replacing Tom Greene who was elected Vice President of Program. Champagne views her Director position as a […]

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WAR Registration Extended!

The deadline for registering  for NSO’s 2017 Winter Advocacy Retreat has been extended to Friday, December 2. If you haven’t chosen your sessions or made your hotel reservations, do it today!

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CSO, CAS urge CTA to settle the “red zone” pension issue now

The California Staff Organization (CSO) and the California Associate Staff (CAS) want the California Teachers Association (CTA) to come back to the bargaining table and resolve issues regarding funding of  the employees’ pension benefits. CTA has refused to set any bargaining dates until November. The sides have been bargaining since May when they decided the […]