The Supreme Court is set to hear Janus v. AFSCME on February 26th and both sides are getting all of their documents in. One such document is called an amicus brief, or a friend of the court brief. These are submitted by outside groups to support or lobby for one side in the argument. One particular brief that [...]
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ALBANY, N.Y. June 22, 2017 — The State Education Department has rescinded its “gag order” that restricted teachers from discussing questions on this June’s Regents exams, New York State United Teachers said today. “This is a clear victory for educators. Teachers must be able to speak out about unfair or erroneous exam questions that hurt [...]
The Republican Senate Majority is poised to pass a one-house budget resolution that would bring harmful Betsy DeVos-type proposals right here to New York. They plan to send hundreds of millions of new taxpayer dollars to corporate charter coffers and to eliminate the state's charter school cap. Take action now at the NYSUT Member Action [...]