What's Happening with TANLA Teachers

Posted by Clay Walker Oct. 17,2018

Master Agreement Sunshine Proposal 2018-2021

The TANLA and NLMUSD initial proposals for the Master Agreement were "sunshined" at the Oct 8th School Board meeting. Negotiations are being scheduled and more information will be provided soon. Please take the time to review these proposals. The Organizing Team would like a show of support at the Oct. 22nd School Board meeting. Wear your BLUE TANLA shirts. This is the time to speak to the School Board as an educator and stakeholder. If you have questions regarding being a speaker please contact President Clay Walker prior to the meeting.

See TANLA initial proposal here.

See District initial proposal here.

504 and IEP Workshop, Oct 25th

TANLA is presenting this very important and informative workshop to all members. This workshop will provide you with information, skills, and strategies when dealing with Special Ed IEP and 504 Plans. Another way your dues are working for you!

See workshop flyer here.

Supreme Court Decision - Janus v. AFSCME

Today the Supreme Court overturned more than four decades of precedent by making fair share fees for public sector workers unconstitutional in the Janus v. AFSCME case. During this time, it's important for members to know that when we stand together, we have power. TANLA will be posting more information as it is available on this important issue.

Click here for letter from TANLA.

TANLA TALKS Newsletter

The October TANLA TALKS Newsletter will be available online next week.

Read May TANLA TALKS here.

State Level Information

October 11, 2017


Janus v. AFSCME Lawsuit

SCOTUS takes up case seeking to take away the freedom of working people to come together in strong unions.

Read this important link here.

National Level Information

October 10, 2017

ESSA Implentation

Test scores alone cannot accurately measure the quality of a school. Tell NEA what is on your Opportunity Dashboard to get involved in the vital work to implement ESSA where you live.

Click for more info.