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News | May 27, 2016

UFT President Michael Mulgrew won his third term as the union’s president with 76 percent of the vote, the preliminary results showed.

News | May 27, 2016

Testifying on the proposed city budget on May 24, UFT President Michael Mulgrew had a simple request: Help us “make this a better city for our children.” He appealed for additional funding for three programs and initiatives he said could accomplish that: Teacher’s Choice, the Positive Learning Collaborative and Community Learning Schools.

Testimony | May 24, 2016

UFT President Michael Mulgrew testified before the New York City Council Committees on Education and Finance regarding the FY 2017 city executive budget.

News | May 19, 2016
Union resolutions | May 18, 2016

The UFT will ask the Department of Education to require that each school with immigrant students appoint an ‘immigration adviser’ (similar to the ‘sustainability coordinator’ or ‘anti-bullying liaison’) to ensure that school processes are welcoming of immigrant students and families.

Union resolutions | May 18, 2016

The UFT supports the passage of the Every School Speed Safety Camera Act; and the #EverySchool campaign to join with the voices of parents, educators and children who demand protection for all pedestrians from speed-related, avoidable traffic accidents.

Union resolutions | May 18, 2016

The UFT will work to ensure that all ELLs receive appropriate ENL instruction as well as the resources and supports that will help them to achieve at the highest levels.

News | May 16, 2016

UFT elections, our Academic High School Awards, Open Market Transfer, the Build-a-Better School Contest and upcoming meetings.

News | May 12, 2016

Two summer Dignity for All Students (DASA) classes have been added to accommodate registrants who may have received a deadline notification.

News stories | May 5, 2016

This year’s push by parents and educators for additional state funding for public schools paid off when the governor and Albany lawmakers on April 1 finalized a new state budget that contained a $1.4 billion increase in state education funding, with $525 million going to New York City public schools.

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