This spring, UFT members will elect union representatives at the school level and for functional chapters. We answer many common questions about how school chapter elections are run and how to cast your vote.
Mary Vaccaro, the Queens District 26 representative for the past 16 years and a teacher for 26 years, was elected UFT vice president for education by the UFT Executive Board, succeeding Evelyn DeJesus, now AFT executive vice president.
UFT members elected Michael Mulgrew to a fourth term as president of the union with 86.2 percent of the votes cast. The American Arbitration Association announced the tally on April 18.
UFT President Michael Mulgrew won his fourth term as the union’s president, according to results tabulated by the American Arbitration Association. Mulgrew, the Unity Caucus candidate, received 38,591 votes, or 86.2 percent of the votes cast.
The time has come again for UFT members to choose their union representatives at the school level. UFT members in each school or functional chapter must conduct chapter elections to determine who will represent them for the next three years.
New York City public school educators and the union have been going full bore in their efforts to get Hillary Clinton elected president, UFT President Michael Mulgrew said at the start of the first Delegate Assembly of the school year in Shanker Hall...
UFT President Michael Mulgrew won his third term as the union’s president with 76 percent of the vote, the preliminary results showed.
Actors, playwrights and audience members enjoyed two evenings with the UFT Players, who presented their 12th annual Evening of Staged Readings of New Original One-Act Plays on April 13 and 15 at union headquarters.
More than 300 people braved winter’s bite on Feb. 27 to converge on the Chinatown institution for the annual Lunar New Year celebration, which included a 10-course dinner.
The UFT Delegate Assembly on May 7 endorsed New York State Sen. Adriano Espaillat in his primary bid against Democratic incumbent U.S. Rep. Charles Rangel in the 1st Congressional District.