Rally to Demand a Member-Wide Vote this Thursday at the UFT

January 14, 2013 — 3 Comments
Join MORE this Thursday to demand a member wide vote on our new evaluation system at 52 Broadway NYC UFT Headquarters on Thursday 1/17 beginning at 3:30 for a rally before the Delegate Assembly (DA). All educators and concerned citizens are encouraged to come and have their voices heard.
The indications are very strong the UFT leadership will reach an evaluation agreement with the Department of Education in just a few days and present it the Delegate Assembly without membership input nor education around finer aspects of the deal.This agreement will radically change our working conditions and our students’ learning conditions without any input from the almost 76,000 teachers of the United Federation of Teachers. This is outrageous!We will send out a digital version of our flier soon-please sign up to email below. We will have copies at DA for distribution starting at 3:30. Bring signs, fliers, poster-oak tag, markers, clipboards, and pens, we will need volunteers to gather names, emails, and phone #’s

All UFT chapter leader and delegate should Vote NO so that they can bring back the agreement to their chapters for a full vote.

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3 responses to Rally to Demand a Member-Wide Vote this Thursday at the UFT

  1. 

    Reblogged this on assailedteacher and commented:
    Whether or not an evaluation deal is reached today, come to 52 Broadway in the Financial District to call for a MORE democratic union. It’s the lack of democracy that has allowed things to go this far.

  2. 

    Deal fell apart! Just heard it from Mayor Bloomberg on NY1.

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