Local Action Project: Community outreach starts by strengthening membership

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. Photo Gallery When attacks on public education, public workers and their benefits come from all sides, where do those who want to protect the public good go for help? “We need to start with ourselves,” said Emily Sullivan, an elementary art teacher and part of a 5-member team from the Plattsbugh Teachers Association during […]

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Of training and lawsuits

The work NYSUT and its members are doing this week is exhausting! Today features in-depth workshops on health insurance, how defined benefit pension plans stabilize the economy and what is going on with the economics of education in this state. And those are just the early morning sessions! There’s a full agenda the rest of […]

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Busy week ahead

NYSUT offers a week of training to new local leaders every other year. Good timing that it starts Monday, eh? We also have dozens of members being trained as presenters for Education Learning Trust courses for the whole week. Then, political action coordinators come to the Capital Region midweek to get the latest. Even better […]

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