One year after Denver’s first teacher strike in a quarter century, public school educators are earning an average of $9,000 more per year.
Enrollment in teacher preparation programs has declined across the United States by more than a third since 2010, according to a new study from the Center for American Progress
Fifty percent of teachers say they’ve considered leaving the profession over low pay, stress and a lack of respect.
Christina Collins, the director of research and policy at the UFT Teacher Center, testified on behalf of UFT Vice President for Education Evelyn DeJesus before the New York City Council Joint Hearing of the Committees on Education and Higher...
A successful UFT pilot program that places teachers from the Absent Teacher Reserve with small groups of students for focused reading instruction will provide more opportunity for ATRs after its inclusion in the DOE-UFT tentative contract agreement.
The Murphy Institute for Worker Education Leap to Teacher program offers free preparation workshops for New York State teacher certification exams.
Why is the charter lobby pushing a watered-down “instant“ license that would be worthless at any traditional public school and would undermine years of efforts to ensure that teachers are trained and treated as professionals? Because charters don’t...
UFT Vice President for Elementary Schools and New Member Initative Director Karen Alford testified before the New York City Council Committee on Education regarding teacher recruitment and retention.
A majority of new teachers in New York City public schools are satisfied with their teaching experience and plan to continue in their careers, a UFT survey reveals. A significant minority, however, has had a tough time and may leave the profession.
Adam Ross, the UFT's general counsel, responded to a Daily News article criticizing the relatively low number of tenured teachers removed from the classroom.