NYSUT's Communications Department offers many posters, brochures and giveaway items for members to use in their classroom or distribute to parents at conferences and other similar events.

  • Print versions of these items are FREE, in limited quantities, to NYSUT members.
  • Downloadable PDF versions are also available if you wish to print your own or would like to share copies via email.

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Featured Publications:

  • Hispanic Heritage: Sylvia Mendez

    Sylvia Mendez is an American civil rights activist who, at age 8, was the lead plaintiff in a federal lawsuit that ended school segregation in California and paved the way for the American civil rights movement. Learn more.
  • Buy American

    Buy American. Buy Union Made. This list of resources is supplied as a helpful guide to products that are union-made and made in America, but does not imply endorsement or guarantee by NYSUT.
  • Tips for Parents of School-age Children

    Tips for parents from kindergarten through middle and high school. This trifold brochure also covers tips for parents of students with disabilities.
  • Tips for Parent-Teacher Conferences

    One of the most frequently requested seminars offered by the union’s Education & Learning Trust is “Parent-Teacher Conference: Strategies for Success.” In the two-hour session, veteran-teacher instructors cover strategies and tips that apply to any grade-level teacher.
  • Women's History: Kate Mullany

    Kate Mullany (1845–1906) was an Irish immigrant who organized the nation’s first sustained female labor union, the Collar Laundry Union in Troy, N.Y., in 1864.
  • LGBTQ: Laverne Cox

    Laverne Cox is an American actress, reality television star, television producer and LGBTQ advocate best known for her portrayal of Sophia Burset on the Netflix series “Orange is the New Black.”
  • Posters: Black History

    The Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II is president of the North Carolina NAACP and organizer of the  2013 Forward Together Moral Monday Movement, which uses non-violent civil disobedience to  oppose regressive policies in North Carolina.