School visits

Mulgrew speaks with staff from the co-located East Village Community SchoolMiller PhotographyUFT President Michael Mulgrew speaks with teachers and staff from the co-located East Village Community School, Children’s Workshop School and the Spectrum School in Manhattan on Oct. 15.
Mulgrew speaks with Molly DobkinMiller PhotographyMulgrew speaks with Molly Dobkin, the UFT chapter leader at the Children’s Workshop School.
Helen Chan shows off the daffodil bulbs her students are cultivatingMiller PhotographyChildren’s Workshop School teacher Helen Chan shows off the daffodil bulbs her students are cultivating and will transfer to a community garden across from the school in the spring.
Mulgrew’s message gets smiles from some members.Miller PhotographyMulgrew’s message gets smiles from some members.
Donna Manganello chats with Crystal Soto and Molly Dobkin.Miller PhotographyUFT District 1 Representative Donna Manganello (right) chats with Crystal Soto (seated, front) and Children’s Workshop School Chapter Leader Molly Dobkin.
Educators pay rapt attention.Miller PhotographyEducators pay rapt attention.
Monaco from the East Village Community School displays her students’ work.Miller PhotographyArt teacher Maggie Monaco from the East Village Community School displays her students’ work.
A mural dresses up the hallway at the Children’s Workshop School.Miller PhotographyA mural dresses up the hallway at the Children’s Workshop School.
Mulgrew chats with Molly Dobkin, Christine LaPlume and Joe KeshnerMiller PhotographyMulgrew chats with (from left) Children’s Workshop School Chapter Leader Molly Dobkin, East Village Community School Chapter Leader Christine LaPlume and Joe Keshner from the Spectrum School.

UFT President Michael Mulgrew on Oct. 15 met with staff at the co-located East Village Community School, Children’s Workshop School and the Spectrum School, a District 75 school, in Manhattan to discuss the war being waged on public schools by hedge-funders and others who falsely claim our schools are failing and would like to see them privatized.

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