Share Culturally Relevant Curriculum!

On Saturday, November 2, join MORE, NYCORE, Teachers Unite and the Black Lives Matter in Schools, along with educational institutions, and parent and student groups at City-as-School (16 Clarkson St.) to share culturally responsive and sustaining curriculum. Sign up to share curriculum here . RSVP to the Facebook event and purchase tickets here. The afternoonContinue reading “Share Culturally Relevant Curriculum!”

Candidate Statement: David Price, MORE candidate for at-large seat in the 2019 UFT elections

Our union needs to build power and exercise it. We are one of the largest union locals in the country and should be capable of fighting back against the powers that be, those who would squeeze us in the interest of tax “incentives” for the wealthy. Instead, for too long UFT leadership has acted likeContinue reading “Candidate Statement: David Price, MORE candidate for at-large seat in the 2019 UFT elections”

MORE Statement of Solidarity and Call to Action for the Chicago Teachers Union

On September 28th, 95.6% of Chicago teachers voted to go on strike. They have been negotiating since 2014 for a just contract on top of non-negotiable items for the public schools and students they serve. There are some striking similarities to NYC public schools, in the kind of attacks they have faced: disastrous budget cutsContinue reading “MORE Statement of Solidarity and Call to Action for the Chicago Teachers Union”

Secrets of a Successful Organizer

RSVP Today! Power on the job is the basic building block of strong unionism, however many of us find ourselves in situations where we face oppressive school administrations, weak union chapters, and co-workers who are either fearful or apathetic or both.  As social justice unionists, its up to us to rebuild union power at at the grassroots,Continue reading “Secrets of a Successful Organizer”

NYC Social Justice Curriculum Fair

Saturday, October 29 at 9 AM – 4:30 PM City-As-School, 16 Clarkson St, New York, New York 10014 TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW! JOIN US for the NYC Social Justice Curriculum Fair on October 29th hosted by the Movement and Rank File Educators. We are eager to bring together educators from across the city to share curriculum, comeContinue reading “NYC Social Justice Curriculum Fair”

Top Six Ways to Get Out The Vote in your School!

#6: Personal Letter to your Chapter Write a personal letter to your chapter that you can email, hand-out or put in mailboxes. Why is MORE running? Why should members vote? Example Letter #5: Pass Out Election Literature Make sure you have the latest election literature to put in mailboxes. Contact more@morecaucusnyc.org to arrange a drop-off. #4:Continue reading “Top Six Ways to Get Out The Vote in your School!”

Vote MORE/New Action this May (Ashraya)

Starting May 5th, look for your UFT election ballot in the mail from the American Arbitration Association. Mark the box for the MORE/New Action slate and mail it back before May 25th to cast a vote for an active, member-driven union willing to stand up for the schools NYC deserves.tiny.cc/joinMORE

Vote MORE/New Action this May (Dan)

Starting May 5th, look for your UFT election ballot in the mail from the American Arbitration Association. Mark the box for the MORE/New Action slate and mail it back before May 25th to cast a vote for an active, member-driven union willing to stand up for the schools NYC deserves.tiny.cc/joinMORE

Vote MORE/New Action this May (Marcus)

Starting May 5th, look for your UFT election ballot in the mail from the American Arbitration Association. Mark the box for the MORE/New Action slate and mail it back before May 25th to cast a vote for an active, member-driven union willing to stand up for the schools NYC deserves. tiny.cc/joinMORE

Vote MORE/New Action this May (Michelle)

Starting May 5th, look for your UFT election ballot in the mail from the American Arbitration Association. Mark the box for the MORE/New Action slate and mail it back before May 25th to cast a vote for an active, member-driven union willing to stand up for the schools NYC deserves. tiny.cc/joinMORE