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From the Edwize Blog

The city Department of Education brought in 5,000-plus new teachers last year, confirming a definite uptick in hiring since the economic downturn five years ago. Who are all these new educators? And how long might they be expected to stay? Here are highlights from the UFT’s February 2015 report on attrition and experience.


UFT’s 30-second TV ad criticizes Cuomo

The UFT on Feb. 3 released a television ad accusing Gov. Cuomo of putting his political career ahead of children’s education by blaming teachers and ignoring the real needs of the city’s public schools — smaller classes, more afterschool programs and fairer funding.

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