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The wait is over!


The proposed new contract recognizes the hard work teachers do every day in the classroom and restores the dignity of the profession after years of abuse.

It is a contract for educators but, of equal importance, it is also a contract for education that will not only benefit teachers but also the students, schools and communities they serve.

To see the details, check out the UFT’s Contract for Education page.



  • 1 Dennis Walcott
    · May 1, 2014 at 6:39 pm

    ATR’s have just been thrown under the bus. This will not be accepted by union membership and will be a target of contempt from the other unions. Merit pay? Are you serious…principal cronies will have a field day. 200 non-unionized schools?…What’s this about? And the Unity squad will vote this as a victory. We’re better off in the Ukraine.

  • 2 chaz
    · May 3, 2014 at 3:55 pm

    Too bad that the union threw the ATRs under the bus as part of it.