ATRs, the unrepresented -- no elected representatives in the UFT

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WE ARE ALL ATRs

WE ARE ALL ATRs

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

ATR Workshop, independent, sponsored by the MORE caucus UFT, November 19

ATR Workshop, sponsored by the MORE UFT caucus.

Saturday, November 19 at 1 PM - 4 PM
The Graduate Center, CUNY
365 5th Ave, New York, New York 10016

History: How the DOE and UFT created this mess starting with the 2005 contract, the 2008 ATR rally, the UFT wine and cheese party, the 2011 deal where ATRS were sacrificed (weekly rotation) for no layoffs, the 2014 agreement plus recent updates.

Know your rights and lack thereof; how to deal with roving supervisors; survival techniques.

We will have an extensive Question and Answer session with former chapter leaders/ATRs on hand to assist you.

Fighting back. What do we want? What can we do to pressure UFT and DOE for change?

Special guests: blogger Chaz's School Daze, Chapter Leaders/Delegates: James and Camille Eterno and UFT Executive Board Member Arthur Goldstein.

Saturday, Nov. 19, 1:00 PM-4PM
CUNY Grad Center, 5th Ave between 34th and 35th St. Bring ID. Room 5414

Sponsored by MORE/UFT and Independent Community of Educators

2 comments:

  1. Class action age and race discrimination lawsuit.

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  2. The ole story of the business man and the teacher. The business man said to the teacher omg i cannot believe how bad you run your public schools. The teacher said education is not like business. The business man said how? The teacher said what happens if you are a food company and you make blue berry cakes and the shipment from the farm of blue berries are all rotten. The business man said I will return the rotten blue berries. The teacher said exactly, however we cannot return the rotten students and that is why business is different from education.

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