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Update 3/7/2016.
UFT Chapter Election
John Elfrank-Dana 29 votes, Zaileen Washington 16
Not yet certified by UFT. Not Awaiting Official Response.

John Elfrank-Dana


 

UFT Elections* May 5 Ballots will be mailed to your home.
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Today’s Good Read -


Teachers: How to Survive in a Hostile Environment!


DoE announces:
LAST SCHOOL REPORT CARDS released. NO MORE! Thanks Mayor Elect!


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Blogs:

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Diane Ravitch

Educators 4 Excellence
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NEW - Post Ob Survey

Take it after your post-ob conference.

UFT APPR Assistance Form (if you have a specific complaint re: observation process)


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John Elfrank-Dana

UFT Chapter Leader

Murry Bergtraum High School

jelfrank@Gmail.com

212.964.9610

Member: United Federation of Teachers

School: Murry Bergtraum High School,

411 Pearl Street, New York, NY 10038




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Our UNION Man of the Century



“I consider it important, indeed urgently necessary, for intellectual workers to get together, both to protect their own economic status and also, generally speaking, to secure their influence in the political field.”


“But intellectual workers should unite, not only in their own interest but also and no less importantly in the interest of society as a  whole.”

from: "Out of My Later Years"

Albert Einstein, Founding Member American Federation of Teachers, Princeton NJ