Observation coming up? Your principal driving you crazy? Join us at our “Fight Back Thursday” Workshop on Thursday at 5pm over Zoom!
Dear Colleagues, You are invited to a Zoom meeting on Thursday, December 15 from 5 to 6:15pm. Register in advance for this meeting: https://forms.gle/rYsuzBAAgCBxWNFV7 Click on the above link or
“Quiet Quitting”? “Work-to-Rule”? No. It’s Refusing to Be Exploited
“Quiet Quitting”? “Work-to-Rule”? No. It’s Refusing to Be Exploited by Kathleen Perez The phrase “quiet quitting” is being bandied about all the time these days. Union leaders and unionized workers
Call to Action: Stop the Change to Administration Code 12-126
Hello Union Members, Community Members, and Friends! We are calling upon you to take a stand to prevent changes to Administrative Code 12-126. Some of our own union leadership (UFT
What is the Executive Board? Why should I care?
What is the Executive Board? Why Should I Care? By Daniel Alicea, Educators of NYC, and Lydia Howrilka, UFT Solidarity The Executive Board meets twice each month, September through
Press Release: UFT Solidarity stands in support of the suit TUCKER, KOTLER, et al. v. THE CITY OF NEW YORK, THE NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, and the CHANCELLOR OF THE NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, David C. Banks.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 31, 2022 Contact: Lydia Howrilka (917) 705-5699 email@example.com NEW YORK: UFT Solidarity stands in support of the suit TUCKER, KOTLER, et al. v. THE
Nominations for UFT Solidarity Council are Open!
Council is the “Executive Board” of Solidarity Caucus of the United Federation of Teachers (UFT). We welcome educators of all backgrounds to be a part of our caucus and
Join us on Saturday in Central Park!
We are joining with several other groups and are hosting a Spring Social on May 14th. Given the ever-changing situation regarding COVID, at this point, we do not feel comfortable
Mail in your ballots for the UFT election this week!
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UFT Solidarity Debuts on the Professional Development podcast!
It is job hunting season! This might be your best chance to land in a new teaching position. How do you navigate the NYC DOE job market? Look no further
I need to hear from UFT members like me! Why should I vote for United for Change?
Let’s hear it from rank-and-file UFT members who work in the schools and Central Offices. Why are you voting for United for Change? To have the best chance for a