Tag: CSA

Pressure on Bill de Blasio to Give up Mayoral Control of Schools
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Pressure on Bill de Blasio to Give up Mayoral Control of Schools

New York, NY – Mayor Bill de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza’s mishandling of the COVID-19 pandemic with schemes for hybrid in-person and digital learning, has unintentionally brought back the issue of mayoral control of the city’s school system — a matter the mayor fiercely fought for back in 2017. Prior to de Blasio’s current tenure…

Inside the CSA’s Hard-Fought Agreement With NYC
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Inside the CSA’s Hard-Fought Agreement With NYC

This past month, after nearly a year of bargaining, the Council of School Supervisors and Administrators [CSA] agreed to a provisional but momentous contract with the City of New York, Mayor Bill de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza. According to CSA President Mark Cannizzarro, if the more than 6,400 membership, which include principals, assistant…

LP Profile: Leadership Award-Winner Mark Cannizzaro
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LP Profile: Leadership Award-Winner Mark Cannizzaro

Publisher’s Note: Every December, LaborPress selects those in labor and business that have demonstrated outstanding leadership in their trade and profession. This years’ recipients of the prestigious LaborPress Leadership Award are as follows: Mark Cannizzaro, president, Council of School Supervisors and Administrators [CSA]; James Slevin, national president, Utility Workers Union of America [UWUA]; Nicholas LaMorte,…

School Principals and Administrators Rally for Fair Contract; More Resources for NYC Kids
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School Principals and Administrators Rally for Fair Contract; More Resources for NYC Kids

New York, NY – Hundreds of CSA union leaders, rank and file members, elected officials and other supporters showed up on a gray Wednesday, October 30, at Park Place and Broadway to rally for a contract for the city’s public schools. The CSA [Council of School Supervisors and Administrators] represents 6,000 principals, assistant principals and…