We want you!

Anyone who genuinely wants to improve the UFT is welcome to join me on Saturday, March 20, 2021 at 1:00 PM for a UFT Solidarity sponsored Zoom workshop on running for chapter leader or delegate.  The school chapters are the backbone of the Union. If multiple UFTers with integrity and… Read More

On Robert’s Rule of Order

Robert’s Rule of Order is the most widely used manual of parliamentary procedure in the United States. Generally, Robert’s Rules of Order is a guide for conducting meetings and making decisions as a group. The purpose of the book is “to enable assemblies of any size, with due regard for every member’s opinion, to… Read More

UFT Solidarity Calls Out Inadequate Testing and Tracing in City Schools

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 11, 2021 Contacts:  Lydia Howrilka (917) 705-5699 Quinn Zannoni solidaritycaucus@gmail.com NEW YORK: UFT Solidarity’s membership has declared no-confidence in the City’s handling of the COVID pandemic as evidenced by inadequate testing and tracing happening in elementary and District 75 schools. UFT Solidarity has been collecting anecdotal… Read More

January 20 Council Meeting

Please confirm your attendance by pre-Registering here! This meeting will be held at 5pm on 1/20/2021 over Zoom. Topics include: Chapter leader elections, Delegate Assembly updates, Vaccinations for 1B (which includes all UFT members), great initiatives to help move our caucus and union forward! The Facebook event can be found… Read More

Notes from Meeting on Mayoral Control with Teachers of NYC and Local Community Leaders

Notes on 12/30/20 zoom conference regarding ending mayoral control, strengthening parent, student, and community empowerment, and reestablishing elected community school boards.  Lots of interesting issues were brought up. The zoom was led by Kim Watkins a public school parent who is running for Manhattan Borough President. The zoom conference was… Read More