The Crisis in Our Schools: A Report on Working and Learning Conditions in NYC Public Schools

May 11, 2016 — 4 Comments

The Movement of Rank and File Educators (MORE) recently conducted a survey of United Federation of Teachers (UFT) members to find out more about their working conditions and students’ learning conditions. The findings of this survey indicate that the decay of the New York City schools has reached crisis levels under the leadership of the Unity Caucus, the incumbents in the current elections for leadership of the UFT. Change is urgently needed.

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4 responses to The Crisis in Our Schools: A Report on Working and Learning Conditions in NYC Public Schools

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    EDWARD GREENSPAN May 11, 2016 at 6:20 pm

     How about coming out for the return of the 600 schools for the unruly? No child has the right to disrupt the education of others. When will this finally sink in?

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