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  • NYSUT applauds Cuba-Rushford’s Carly Santangelo as New York State’s 2022 Teacher of the Year 9/14/2021
  • Fact Sheet 21-16: Community Schools in New York State 9/7/2021
  • NYSUT Women: How to create a women’s empowerment club in any school 8/30/2021
  • Leaders show new teachers how unions have their backs 8/27/2021
  • Fact Sheet 21-15: Registration and CTLE - Teaching Assistant Level III 8/24/2021
  • Fact Sheet 21-14: Registration and CTLE - Teachers 8/24/2021
  • NYSUT and the NYS American Academy of Pediatrics launch statewide back-to-school ad campaign 8/23/2021
  • ELT courses offer flexibility, value to NYSUT members 8/22/2021
  • Program helps SRPs become teachers 8/22/2021
  • Union outreach makes parents feel better about reopening 8/22/2021
  • Wu-Tang Clan rapper Method Man surprises teacher with thank-you video 8/21/2021
  • State approves teacher apprenticeship program 8/21/2021
  • NY schools slated for $9 billion from feds to support school reopening 8/21/2021
  • Union, pediatricians launch back-to-school ad campaign 8/21/2021
  • Summer reading tips for readers of all ages 8/3/2021
  • Human rights conference brings together teens from three continents 7/19/2021
  • Fact Sheet 21–13 Teacher Certification in New York State 7/16/2021
  • Guilderland teacher unites students and community for action and awareness 7/16/2021
  • FAQs about Certificate Registration and CTLE Requirements 7/12/2021
  • NYSUT National Board Updates: July 2021 7/1/2021
  • Many Threads, One Fabric: 'How to Support Our LGBTQ and Allied Students' 6/24/2021
  • Rocky Point custodian’s quick action saves choking student 6/22/2021
  • Thank You to Our Members! 6/20/2021
  • A garden dedicated to a sassy 7-year-old is helping a school community heal 6/18/2021
  • Fact Sheet 21-11 (updated): Changes to Annual Professional Performance Review (APPR) 6/17/2021
  • Community schools fill gaps — and offer hope 6/15/2021
  • Union calls for end of 'simultaneous teaching’ 6/14/2021
  • Legislative session ends with many signs of progress 6/14/2021
  • Union fights and wins on APPR! 6/14/2021
  • Emergency certification extended 6/14/2021
  • TAs step up to provide tech help 6/14/2021
  • Herstory class opens minds, changes perspectives 6/13/2021
  • NYSUT virtual art showcase features young voices of the pandemic 6/13/2021
  • ‘Grow Your Own’ initiatives inspire future educators 6/13/2021
  • Getting to know ... Christopher Martino 6/13/2021
  • Union workshops explore implicit bias 6/13/2021
  • COVID-19 vaccines and the law 6/13/2021
  • VOTE in local primary elections! 6/13/2021
  • Rural local takes decisive action against anti-gay cyberbullying directed at teachers 6/11/2021
  • INSIDE/OUTSIDE: Student arts show unmasks pandemic impact 6/7/2021
  • NYSUT statement on mask guidance for K-12 schools 6/4/2021
  • Biennial conference gets 'back to basics' of workplace health and safety 5/24/2021
  • NYSUT statement on fall school reopening 5/24/2021
  • Fact Sheet 21-8 Teacher Certification in Computer Science 5/21/2021
  • Instant gratification: Political action gets results! 5/20/2021
  • NYSUT analysis: 99 percent of school budgets pass 5/19/2021
  • Fact Sheet 21-9: 2021-22 Property Tax Report Cards 5/17/2021
  • NYSUT applauds Regents’ diversity, equity and inclusion policy statement 5/10/2021
  • SRPs press lawmakers for safer workplaces and job protections 5/6/2021
  • RA 2021: Solidarity, now and forever 5/1/2021
    • Coronavirus Toolkit

      A gateway to resources on the coronavirus outbreak, including guidance specific to public school employees, higher education faculty and to our members who work in health care.

    • New Volume: Educator's Voice XIII - Students with Disabilities

      Authors present a range of practices dedicated to students with disabilities and designed to promote access and equity in the classroom. You will read about the intentional design of inclusive classrooms utilizing collaborative teams, and how to develop the supports needed to execute them effectively across school communities; how to navigate instructional accommodations in the Individualized Education Program with a focus on guided note-taking in the high school math curriculum; and cutting edge research that examines how culturally responsive teaching can help students with autism spectrum disorder to gain in equity-based, social-emotional learning.
    • Teacher of the Year

      A visually impaired Bronx high school teacher who immigrated to this country from West Africa and entered teaching because he wanted to transform the lives of young people — all while commuting four hours round-trip each day from the Hudson Valley to do so - is New York State's 2019 Teacher of the Year.
    • 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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