NTU in the News - February 3, 2016

In the February 3 issue of Politifax, NTU was named one of their winners of the week for our victory over the Superintedent's unilateral attempt to change our prescription plan!

Time to shed some light on corporate-backed charters

As these charters have grown, banks and corporations have developed ways, and found alternative credit routes, to provide capital to charter schools at favorable rates. What are these rates? And what are they funding? Have taxpayers and state legislators had an opportunity to review these credit applications?

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NTU Hall of Fame Dinner - May 18th

February 2016

Dear Colleague:

The 18th Annual Albert Shanker Scholarship Awards are upon us.  If you are a full member of the NTU, your son/daughter is eligible to apply.  If you are a full member of the NTU and you are a Paraprofessional in our public school district who is currently attending college then you are eligible to apply.  An application is enclosed.

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Letter from the President - February 2016

Judge Kessler issued an injunction and Temporary Restraining Order against Newark Superintendent and Former Commissioner Christopher Cerf, restraining him from granting no-bid contracts to prescription provider, Benecard.

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NTU Update - January 29, 2016

Dear Colleagues,

1)      Prescription Update – WE WON!  The judge has issued an injunction and a Temporary Restraining order against Superintendent’s Cerf unilateral attempts to change our Prescription Plan.  You must continue to use your current GPP Rx Card. Details to follow!

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Prescription Update - January 29 - VICTORY!!

WE WON!  The judge has issued an injunction and a Temporary Restraining Order against Superintendent’s Cerf unilateral attempts to change our Prescription Plan. You may continue to use your current GPP Rx Card.    Details to follow!

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