Category Archives: Tenure

Did you want to be a teacher but now do something else because the profession is under fire? | WHEC.com

Did you want to be a teacher but now do something else because the profession is under fire? | WHEC.com.

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Governor: You talk about teachers. Try listening to them.

Billboards call on Cuomo to listen to educators

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Statisticians slam popular teacher evaluation method

From the Washington Post

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Gov. Cuomo needs to hear from YOU

Below are some actions members can take. Please read the whole memo. There are some “Important Ground Rules” to follow which will help keep members safe. If you have any questions, please contact the office.   Dear Activist, On Wednesday, … Continue reading

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Fact-checking Campbell Brown

Campbell Brown: In Her Own Words Fact-checking Campbell Brown: What she said, what research really shows

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It’s Time To Stand

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Unions in the News

Teacher: Cuomo staff asked me to remove pro-union button NYSUT slams governor’s veto: Pro-public ed rally set for Executive Mansion Magee: Let every voice be heard Standing Against the Governor’s Misguided Education Policies NYSUT gears up for legislative battles No longer … Continue reading

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TIME: Apologize to teachers

TIME: apologize to America’s teachers for the misleading and hyperbolic attack on your November 3 cover.

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“Poster child for tenure”: Why teacher Agustin Morales really lost his job

“A teacher in Massachusetts spoke up when his students’ rights were being violated. Here’s how he paid the price.”

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