California Home Page

Cal TURN Regional Conference March 2018

Our next Cal TURN event is scheduled for March 1-2, 2018 at the Westin Sacramento, 4800 Riverside Blvd., Sacramento, CA. Our conference will focus on Strengthening Relationships to Improve Student Success.

Engaging Students, Educators, and Communities to Maximize Impact for Student Success

January 22, 2018

As the state of California moves further into discussions about creating a ‘whole –child’ education system, Social Emotional Learning (SEL), school climate and conditions, and student and community voice are gaining traction. This year’s fall CalTURN provided Labor-Management teams opportunities to learn together around a variety of these topics.

Teacher Stories - Marie Naia

December 19, 2017

Video 5 of 5 Teacher Stories features short stories from educators that highlight impactful moments from the classroom.

Teacher Stories - Michelle Yoshida

December 19, 2017

Video 4 of 5 Teacher Stories features short stories from educators that highlight impactful moments from the classroom.

Teacher Stories - Sunny Kaura

December 19, 2017

Video 3 of 5 Teacher Stories features short stories from educators that highlight impactful moments from the classroom.

Cal TURN Labor-Management Collaboration Conference October 2017

Dear Cal TURN Colleague, Our next Cal TURN event is scheduled for October 5-6, 2017 at the Marriott Riverside, 3400 Market Street, Riverside, CA 92501. Our conference will focus on Engaging Students, Educators and Community to Maximize Impact for Student Success.

Raising the Bar in Corona-Norco

September 11, 2017

Video 2 of 5 Centennial High School in Corona, California, uses several strategies to raise the bar for the academic success of their students. There is no "one size fits all" approach.

School Climate and Collaboration: A Path to Whole Child and Whole School Success

March 3, 2017
http://cdefoundation.org/lmi/media/

Learn how the California Labor Management Initiative and the Consortium for Educational Change are working to create the conditions and environment in schools and districts to foster collaboration. By empowering teacher voice to share the strengths and weaknesses of programs, trust is built and students are the beneficiaries of the collaboration.