Following Agreement With Uniformed Sanitationmen’s Association City Reaches $722M Savings

Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced that the City has reached $722 million in labor savings in fiscal year 2021. Continue Reading →

UFT Members, Professional Staff Congress And Others Call For The NYPD Out Of Schools (Update)

On Saturday, June 6th, 2020, there was an NYPD out of schools march which began at the United Federation of Teachers (UFT), 52 Broadway in New York, City. Continue Reading →

The COVID Crisis: Spring Break Canceled Amid New York City Coronavirus Outbreak

Spring break has been canceled in New York’s public schools and teachers have been ordered to keep teaching remotely amid the new coronavirus pandemic, according to the teacher’s union. Continue Reading →

Longtime Principals Union President From Harlem Ernest Logan Retires

This summer, New York City will lose a well-known fixture on the education scene. In the midst of his fourth three-year term as president of the city’s principals union, Ernest Logan announced he will retire from the role effective August 1, 2017. Continue Reading →


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