An Event from Our Friends at Educators of NYC!
Hello friends, Due to the fluid events surrounding our schools concerning COVID-19, and various other events happening simultaneously, we’ve decided to move our event to next Wednesday, October 6th, at
COVID-19 Related Absences and Leaves
COVID-19 Related Absences and Leaves DOE has released its policies on COVID-19 related absences and leaves for the 2021-22 school year. Release time with respect to vaccination is the same
SAFETY: Consequences for Students Who Refuse to Wear a Mask
SAFETY: Consequences for Students Who Refuse to Wear a Mask Last year, when a student refused to wear a mask, the school could assign that student to remote learning.
Pathways to Parenthood Workshop
The UFT invites you to attend a virtual Pathways to Parenthood workshop to learn about your parental leave benefits. These workshops are open to DOE-employed members in any borough. This
Top Ten Questions to Ask Your Administrator
TOP 10 REAL Questions of overall concern to ask this coming Thursday & Friday as we are to return to school buildings during a pandemic. Of course, these questions must
UFT Solidarity Event Calendar
A Queens ATR Challenges the NY Post
Queens ATR (a pseudonym and not her real name) is an Reading Specialist in Queens elementary and middle schools. She comes from a proud union family and has been involved
A Manhattan ATR Challenges the NY Post
Manhattan ATR (her pseudonym) is a passionate Social Studies Educator and a proud member of UFT Solidarity and a unionist. These are her words and not the opinion of the
Are you a substitute teacher?
UFT Solidarity and the ICE UFT Blog are collecting stories of long term, Z-status, and appointed term subs who have not been receiving their pay and benefits. We are hoping
Remote Meetings and Robert’s Rule of Order
Dear Mr. Pallotta: We are members of the UFT in NYC. Recently we have been reviewing Robert’s Rule of Order as it pertains to remote meetings. There’s been a large