Vote "No" on the UFT-DOE tentative agreement, and call on the union to leverage its power for more
The UFT's current contract campaign undermines the leverage we need to secure a good contract
Public sector workers in New York don’t have the right to strike, and certain labor leaders are okay with that. This March, the UFT Delegate Assembly…
The best way to honor Dr. King’s legacy is to embrace his radicalism, his emphasis on solidarity, and his tactics of civil disobedience and mass action
The recent treatment of exchange teachers is an extension of the abusive power principals unleash throughout the school system
The union's new push to privatize Medicare for public sector retirees hurts everyone but insurance companies
The next UFT-DOE contract should grant long overdue raises well above inflation
Governor Hochul is stalling on signing a bill that would lower class size but upset NYC Mayor Adams
NYC Schools are under attack from the Mayor and City Hall. At least $215 million, but probably closer to $1.7 billion, has been slashed from next year’s…
Open bargaining is the path to securing the working conditions we deserve, and the schools our students need