Pre-K-12 Educators

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  • In Central New York, NYSUT pushes for funding and awareness of community schools 11/29/2023
  • Fact Sheet 20-7: Updated Information on 180 Instructional Day Requirement 11/29/2023
  • NYSUT statement on the recommendations of SED's Blue Ribbon Commission on Graduation Measures 11/13/2023
  • Fredonia education student highlights 'Fix Tier 6' on-campus 11/9/2023
  • NYSUT releases report on state testing, graduation requirements 11/8/2023
  • NYSUT releases report on state testing, graduation requirements 11/8/2023
  • Long Island students 'Take a Look at Teaching' 10/31/2023
  • New York’s hottest club is a Tier 6 mixer 10/26/2023
  • Poster celebrates Native American Heritage Month 10/25/2023
  • Students on board – Keeping our students safe on school buses 10/19/2023
  • PPSTA can finally party 10/19/2023
  • In rural Galway, educators thwart censorship attempts 10/17/2023
  • NYSUT fights to protect children from online dangers 10/11/2023
  • Testimony: 'Fix Tier 6' 10/11/2023
  • Clyde-Savannah educators push to uphold intellectual freedom 10/6/2023
  • Homer TA contract scores pay raises, maternity leave improvements 10/6/2023
  • New poster celebrates tennis legend Billie Jean King for LGBTQ+ History Month 10/4/2023
  • Help NYSUT Fix Tier 6! 10/4/2023
  • COMMENTARY: Too hot to learn: We can't tolerate inadequate climate control in NY schools 9/29/2023
  • Overheated: NYSUT assembles classroom heat report for legislators 9/28/2023
  • NYSUT mourns Farmingdale educators killed in tragic bus crash 9/22/2023
  • COMMENTARY: It's time to end high-stakes testing in NY 9/21/2023
  • Birmingham to Buffalo: Teaching Assistant Ethel Kline talks about her purpose 9/20/2023
  • NYSUT congratulates Rochester’s Zachary Arenz as New York State’s 2024 Teacher of the Year 9/12/2023
  • Watertown locals, administrators work side-by-side to give school year a delicious start 9/7/2023
  • Cafeterias re-equip with help from federal grant 9/7/2023
  • NYSUT supports signing of back-to-school legislation to invest in educators, school safety 9/6/2023
  • CTE Works: Vincent LaVerdi, Erie Community College 8/28/2023
  • Top 3 ELT picks for fall 8/24/2023
  • Cafeteria staff save summer’s harvest 8/23/2023
  • Commentary: Consider public schools when making plans for migrants 8/22/2023
  • Educators tap new resources for field trips 8/16/2023
  • Fact Sheet 23-8: Certification Options to Address Teacher Shortages 8/16/2023
  • From layoffs to contract wins, Schenectady SRPs make progress 8/11/2023
  • Fact Sheet 23-7: Middle Level Flexibility: Family and Consumer Sciences (FACS), Technology Education (Tech Ed), and Career and Technology Education (CTE) 8/10/2023
  • Soaring temps make classrooms unhealthy: What some school districts are doing to beat the heat 8/9/2023
  • 'Public schools unite us,' says NYSUT President Melinda Person 8/7/2023
  • Union summer: LAP program empowers locals to serve their members, community 7/21/2023
  • Bethlehem transportation members earn statewide recognition 7/21/2023
  • CTE Profile: Linda Romano, Newburgh Teachers Association 7/12/2023
  • UPDATE: What you need to know about student debt relief 7/5/2023
  • NYSUT statement on devastating Supreme Court rulings 6/30/2023
  • NYSUT Health and Safety Fact Sheet: Lead in School Drinking Water 6/29/2023
  • Schalmont local wins their best all-around deal in decades 6/28/2023
  • CTE Profile: Joshua Baker and William Dergosits, Berne-Knox-Westerlo TA 6/27/2023
  • Thank you and happy summer! 6/23/2023
  • Teacher, district coalitions see successes in school budget revotes 6/22/2023
  • It Doesn’t Add Up: Two math teachers criticize Tier 6 6/21/2023
  • Celebrate Juneteenth! 6/16/2023
  • NYSUT local unions award millions in scholarships for deserving high school graduates 6/16/2023
    • 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 2023: Awards and Honors

      Congratulations to all of our honorees! The awards book or the 2023 Representative Assembly is 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
    • 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.