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Ardell J. Long-Temple

Ardell J. Long-Temple,
Education Officers and Analysts

Dear Colleagues,

Welcome to the Education Officers and Education Analysts Chapter website. We hope this site will help you to easily find information you need.

It has been a challenging year for all of us. Personally, I embarked on a new journey as your chapter leader last September, which is a challenging and exciting role at the best of times. But then the pandemic arrived mid-year and took us through new obstacles, fears and uncertainties. We are still navigating those challenges as the new school year gets underway.

I am happy to offer my time and help to the best of my ability to all of you. I had the pleasure of meeting and working with many of you these past 12 months, and I am eager to continue as your chapter leader. My goal is to work together to strengthen our chapter by sharing information and networking amongst ourselves. Together, we are strong.

Our chapter includes Associate Education Officers, Associate Education Analysts, Education Officers and Education Analysts. We can help each other gather and disperse information so that we are mutually informed of policies, strategies and job-related information. Information is power. Let us be strong and powerful together.

If you have a question, please email me at ajlongtemple@uft.org. It's always a good idea to cc: UFT Vice President Richard Mantell at rmantell@uft.org and UFT Member Representative Bradley Alter at balter@uft.org. You may also contact the UFT Contact Center at 212-331-6312. Please be sure to tell them you are an Education Officer, Education Analyst, Associate Education Officer or Associate Education Analyst.

If you are new to the chapter or would like to receive union emails and action alerts as well as enroll online for UFT courses and workshops, please sign up on the UFT website.

Last, please take a few minutes to review the left sidebar where you will find links to important information. You'll also find a great deal of useful information including DOE rules and regulations governing non-pedagogical administrative employees. Otherwise, you can send me your questions using this online form.

Sincerely,

Ardell J. Long-Temple
Education Officers and Analysts Chapter Leader

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