Leandra Bates, an administrative education analyst in the Department of Education’s central Bronx office, serves as the human resources director for 34 elementary schools in the Bronx.
The following information concerns the UFT lawsuit against the DOE over the 2 percent increase the DOE gave employees enrolled in the Management Pay Plan but not to members of the Administrative Education Officers and Analysts Chapter. On Aug. 29, a judge heard oral arguments on the DOE’s motion to dismiss the UFT’s case, which centers on the 2 percent raises retroactive to Sept. 24, 2017, for employees covered by the Management Pay Plan.
If you are summoned for an interview for the record that may lead to disciplinary action, you are entitled to union representation or representation by a school system employee.
We always send out an email notifying you of our monthly meetings. We alternate between the Brooklyn borough office at 335 Adams St., and UFT headquarters at 52 Broadway, Manhattan. Meetings are held on Wednesdays at 5:30 p.m. Please confirm the meeting time and location before attending.
The Department of Education employs many types of educators and professionals who work with New York City public school students in a variety of ways, from providing occupational therapy to adapting computers for special needs children. Here is how the UFT represents them.
The application filing period for administrative education officers is open from Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2018, through Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2018. The exam titles are Administrative Education Officer Exam #9902 and Administrative Education Officer (Promotion) Exam #9501.
The Chapter Update keeps members posted about meetings, union news and progress we've made negotiating on your behalf. In May's Chapter Update, read about the upcoming UFT chapter elections, civil service exams and civil service rules.
Although the union is called the United Federation of Teachers, the membership has grown to include many other types of educators and professionals who serve the children of New York City in a variety of ways. These Department of Education-employed members have functional chapters of their own to address common issues and concerns.