Around the UFT: Thursday, March 1, 2018

  • School Secretaries Seminar March 1, 2018

    School secretaries had a chance to network with colleagues from throughout the city and enjoyed workshops presented by the UFT and the city Department of Education at their annual seminar on Jan. 27 at UFT headquarters in Manhattan.

  • Braille Challenge March 1, 2018

    More than 20 blind and visually impaired students ages 5 to 21 competed in the third annual New York City Braille Challenge on Feb. 10 at P 721 in Elmhurst, Queens, hoping to score enough points to move on to the final round in California in June.

  • Pathways to Graduation HS gets Sing for Hope piano March 1, 2018

    A colorful Sing for Hope piano, which spent the summer in Brooklyn Park, now has a home at Pathways to Graduation HS, where it "fills a desperate need for a positive focus and helps our music program grow,” says one teacher.

  • UFT-AFT student debt clinic March 1, 2018

    For the third year in a row, the UFT and the AFT teamed up to offer student debt clinics in each of the UFT’s borough offices this winter.

  • UFT African Heritage Committee Awards Dinner March 1, 2018

    “Don’t be asleep when it comes to the political climate we’re engaged in,” said Anthony Harmon, the UFT director of parent and community outreach and the event’s organizer, explaining the Stay Woke theme of the 15th annual UFT African Heritage Committee Awards Dinner on Feb. 2.

  • 500 attend pension clinic March 1, 2018

    With workers’ rights and benefits under attack across the country, one of the most valuable assets UFT educators have is a defined-benefit pension for a secure retirement. The UFT offers pension clinics several times a year to support members as they plan for retirement.

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