What's at stake for members and their families? Working families deserve effective representation in government. The first step is to elect people who will stand up for what's right. NTU COPE works to support candidates for local, state and national office who will fight for such important issues as:
1) DYFS Update - It is October 6, 2015 and already numerous false allegations of child abuse have been made. Please be adroitly aware that child abuse, child neglect and child lack of supervision charges are the stepping stone to discipline charges, terminations, increment denials and tenure charges. We vigorously defend you when allegations are made, but it is imperative that as faculties talk amongst themselves of the serious consequences wrought by child abuse charges.
Newark is calling on all outraged public school employees and their representatives, local and statewide supporters of public education to mount a candlelight vigil on the steps of Newark City Hall, 920 Broad Street, Monday, October 19th at 5 p.m. to protest another charter school opening at the Central Planning Board meeting.
On Thursday, October 15, the city of Newark will be dedicating Beecher Street in honor of NTU’s former President Joseph Del Grosso. The street dedication will take place on Thursday, October 15, 2015, 4:00 p.m., on the corner of Broad Street and West Kinney.
The City of Newark is celebrating it's 350th anniversary this year. As an integral part of the city, NTU would like to assist in commemorating this most exciting time.
The Community Engagement/Social Justice Committee is asking for members to volunteer some of their time to volunteer/assist in "Newark Celebration 350." The date is Saturday, Oct. 17, 2015, from 11:30-5:00.
Teachers and Aides ALERT--Cafeteria lunch lines are a disaster. The NPS terminated dozens of cafeteria workers and now expect YOU to pick up the slack. REFUSE!