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  • Wayne County teacher surprised with prestigious $25K award 11/17/2022
  • Union offers additional student loan debt webinars 11/17/2022
  • For Dundee teacher, military service inspires love of history, community service 11/10/2022
  • SRPs rise to the challenge 11/10/2022
  • More than 100,000 books handed out across New York state 11/3/2022
  • 'Healthy School Meals for All' coalition calls for funding to end childhood hunger in schools 10/27/2022
  • High school students take a look at teaching 10/20/2022
  • Fact Sheet 22-9: NYS Certification: Students with Disabilities 10/20/2022
  • NYSUT making big push to expand community schools 10/18/2022
  • National ‘Teaching Excellence’ winners reflect on CTE 10/18/2022
  • Welcome to the stage! Niagara Falls teacher builds space for students to be their authentic selves 10/17/2022
  • The Rossis teach a lesson that counts 10/14/2022
  • Students serving students at Syracuse food pantry 9/27/2022
  • Recharging your battery with ELT professional learning 9/26/2022
  • New law expands PSLF eligibility for adjuncts 9/15/2022
  • Salamanca High School teachers honored for human rights education 9/14/2022
  • NYSUT congratulates New York City’s Billy Green as New York State’s 2023 Teacher of the Year 9/13/2022
  • FACT SHEET: What AFT Members Need to Know to Protect Themselves from Polio 8/30/2022
  • MAKING STRIDES: Union marks 20 years in fight against breast cancer 8/30/2022
  • NYSUT task force highlights school safety 8/30/2022
  • Special schools need support and stability 8/30/2022
  • Staff shortages plague many districts 8/30/2022
  • Amy Sarah LeMena: 'I choose to rebuild' 8/30/2022
  • Fight for public schools at the ballot box this November 8/30/2022
  • Teachers head back to school with new tools from ELT 8/30/2022
  • 5 QUESTIONS: Megan Wright, Alexander United Teachers 8/30/2022
  • Teachers head back to school with new tools from ELT 8/5/2022
  • SRPs embrace a farm fresh take on school lunch 8/4/2022
  • Local unions learn best practices at first post-pandemic LAP conference 7/21/2022
  • Herricks celebrates first Spanish-language immersion class graduates 6/28/2022
  • ELT courses a big value for members 6/19/2022
  • Ulster BOCES students gain real-world experience, help community 6/19/2022
  • Connecting through art 6/19/2022
  • Teacher of the Year: A place where every student knows their potential 6/19/2022
  • ‘Grow Your Own’ grants rev up recruiting for future educators 6/19/2022
  • Union advocacy restores Long Island member’s job 6/18/2022
  • Fact Sheet 22-8: 99.0% Passage Rate for School Budgets 5/25/2022
  • Buffalo school community mourns beloved educators 5/19/2022
  • Educators make their voices heard in school board elections and help to pass 99 percent of school budgets 5/18/2022
  • State approves appeal process for Regents exams 5/17/2022
  • Fact Sheet 22-07 (updated): Changes to Annual Professional Performance Review (APPR) 5/16/2022
  • Union wins APPR reprieve 5/13/2022
  • CLASSROOM HEAT: Take action and tell us YOUR classroom heat story 5/10/2022
  • Teacher Appreciation Week: Thank you, educators, for all you do! 5/6/2022
  • Vestal school nurse, educators save eighth-grade student 5/4/2022
  • Northport retiree Peter White continues work to help those in need 5/4/2022
  • Ithaca bus driver inspires local relief efforts for Ukraine 4/28/2022
  • Fact Sheet: Implementation of Revised NYS Learning Standards for World Languages 4/22/2022
  • Awards and Honors: Representative Assembly 2022 4/20/2022
  • Regents dump edTPA requirement for teacher certification 4/18/2022
    • Educator's Voice XIV - Leveraging Student Strengths through Project-Based Learning and Authentic Assessment

      We present classroom practices that illustrate the relevance of project- based learning and authentic assessment, through inquiry, hands-on and experiential learning, in both pre- and post-pandemic scenarios.

      These practices are as timely as they are foundational for anyone wishing to employ student-driven learning that promises to infuse deeper meaning in the curriculum while cultivating a passion for lifelong learning.

    • RA 2022: Awards and Honors

      Congratulations to all of our honorees! The awards book and videos for the 2022 Representative Assembly are now online.
    • Call for Proposals

      We're soliciting authors for Volume XIV, "Leveraging Student Strengths through Project-Based Learning and Authentic Assessment"

      Deadlines for Volume XIV:
      Aug. 5, 2020 - Proposal submission deadline
      Sept. 14, 2020 - NYSUT responds to proposal
      Nov. 16, 2021 - Completed article submission
      Spring 2021 - Publication

    • Correct the Tests

      New York State's grade 3-8 testing system is broken and needs to be fixed. It's that simple. Arm yourself with information and take action at CorrectTheTests.org.
    • Fact Sheets

      NYSUT Fact Sheets provide up-to-date critical information on emerging educational issues at the state and federal level.

    • 10 things you need to know about NY's registration and continuing education regs

      All permanently or professionally certified teachers and Level III teaching assistants working in public schools or BOCES are required to register online with the State Education Department. Here's what you need to know.

    • Career Center

      Resources, job search, layoff guide and more.
    • Share My Lesson

      Via AFT, free lesson plans created by teachers, for teachers. Sign-up and share.

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