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  • Bronx Parent Newsletter - May 23, 2016 11 hours ago

    This is the May 23 issue of the Bronx parent newsletter.

  • Better Speech and Hearing Month Celebration 2016 3 days ago

    The UFT’s Speech Improvement Chapter honored students and their therapists while observing Better Speech and Hearing Month during an awards ceremony and reception at UFT headquarters in Manhattan on May 19.

  • School Secretaries of the Year Awards Luncheon 2016 3 days ago

    Close to 200 school secretaries and their colleagues, families and friends came out to help cheer the honorees at the 30th annual School Secretaries of the Year Awards Luncheon on May 14 at UFT headquarters in Manhattan.

  • Resolution in support of immigrant students 3 days ago

    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.

  • Resolution to support the Every School Speed Safety Camera Act 3 days ago

    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.

  • Resolution to support appropriate instruction of English language learners 3 days ago

    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.

  • Brooklyn Parent Newsletter - May 19, 2016 4 days ago

    This is the May 19 issue of the Brooklyn parent newsletter.

  • Mulgrew visits PS 269, Brooklyn 4 days ago

    UFT President Michael Mulgrew met with the staff at PS 269 in East Flatbush, Brooklyn, on May 16 to discuss New York City’s educational challenges and achievements and praise them for coming together as a group to create a positive school climate.

  • Affordable apartments for rent in Brooklyn 4 days ago

    Brooklyn's newest residential apartment building at 461 Dean Street is accepting applications for below-market rate studios and 1- and 2-bedroom apartments interspersed throughout the luxury rental building.

  • Staten Island Parent Newsletter - May 18, 2016 5 days ago

    This is the May 18 issue of the Staten Island parent newsletter.

  • Team High School Newsletter - May 2016 1 week ago

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

  • Manhattan Parent Newsletter - May 14, 2016 1 week ago

    This is the May 14 issue of the Manhattan parent newsletter.

  • Teacher's Choice Helps 1 week ago

    The average New York City public school teacher spends $500 out of pocket on school supplies each year. That’s why we are making another big push this year to increase Teacher’s Choice funding in the city budget. Join our fight!

  • What to do if your LODI is medically denied 1 week ago

    If your LODI request for 20 or more consecutive school days was denied medically (as opposed to administratively) by the doctors at the DOE, you have the option to apply for medical arbitration.

  • DASA workshops for summer 2016 1 week ago

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

  • Queens Parent Newsletter - May 11, 2016 1 week ago

    This is the May 11 issue of the Queens parent newsletter.

  • Functional Chapters Meet the President 1 week ago

    UFT President Michael Mulgrew discussed SESIS, concerns regarding resources for related service providers, professional development and tackling student attendance challenges during a Meet the President gathering of nearly 100 functional chapter members on May 5 at UFT headquarters.

  • Spring Education Conference 2016 1 week ago

    More than 1,600 UFT members, retirees, family members and other guests converged on the Hilton Hotel in midtown Manhattan for the annual Spring Education Conference, which consisted of the Town Hall discussion, workshops, exhibits, speeches and the presentation of the John Dewey Award to the Food Bank for New York City.

  • Be BRAVE Against Bullying Conference 2016 1 week ago

    Parents, educators and students gathered at UFT headquarters on May 6 for the UFT’s fourth Be BRAVE Against Bullying Conference, an evening devoted to the topic of bullying and what schools can do to combat it. BRAVE — Building Respect Acceptance and Voice Through Education — is a program that seeks to publicize and sensitize educators to the problem of bullying.

  • Passion and Promise video: PS 204, Brooklyn 2 weeks ago

    What is the secret ingredient to success at PS 204 in Bensonhurst and so many other NYC public schools? Watch their video and find out!

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