New York, NY – As pay equity talks between the Mayor’s Office and the union representing underpaid Early Childhood Education teachers continue this week— a large group of Community Based Organizations staffing those shortchanged educators is calling on Hizzoner to pump the brakes on plans to restructure the entire birth-to-five system until pay parity is…
New York, NY – Contrary to what the de Blasio administration is claiming, equal pay advocates rallying on the steps of City Hall last week, insisted that the ongoing plight of Early Childhood Education teachers fighting for pay parity with their DOE counterparts is not merely a “contractual issue” — it’s a racially charged social…
Pay Disparity Among NYC Early Childhood Education Teachers Jeered As ‘Dishonest, Misogynistic And Racist’
New York, NY – The ongoing pay disparity between Early Childhood Education teachers working at Community Based Organizations [CBOs] throughout the five boroughs and their counterparts at the Department of Education is being jeered this week, as “disgusting” and “racist.”
NEW YORK, N.Y.—More than 200 City University professors and supporters rallied outside City Hall March 14, calling on the city and state to increase funding for the university system and give them a raise—including doubling adjunct professors’ pay to $7,000 a course.
NEW YORK, N.Y.—A contract dispute over pensions between the UJA-Federation and AFSCME District Council 1707 escalated Feb. 8, when the union filed an unfair labor practice complaint with the National Labor Relations Board.
New York, NY – Post-Janus, the toxicity of having Donald Trump in the White House could not be any clearer. That said, working men and women contending with Trump’s corrosive anti-worker policies have an even bigger problem: too many of their brethren continue to support him.
New York, NY – Equally-credentialed Early Childhood Education teachers demanding pay parity with their DOE counterparts marched from Battery Park to City Hall on Wednesday, with a noisy call on Mayor Bill de Blasio to finally end the salary gap keeping many of them locked in poverty.
New York, NY – Early Childhood Education Teachers tasked with putting Mayor Bill de Blasio’s signature Universal PreK program into action later this fall, will be marching on City Hall next week to demand pay parity with their Department of Education counterparts.
New York, NY – On this episode of LaborPress’ Blue Collar Buzz, we welcome Michael DeVito, progressive candidate for Congress in the 11th District, as well as an outspoken supporter of striking IBEW Local 3 workers at Charter/Spectrum. Sanela Djencic returns to the show to talk about the impact the more than 400-day Charter/Spectrum strike…