Franklin teachers bargain their union contract with an eye toward having job security, fairness, and transparency at their school.More
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(Baton Rouge – March 11, 2015) Citing his longstanding support for public education, his family values and his inspiring life story, the Louisiana Federation of Teachers today announced that it is supporting State Rep. John Bel Edwards for governor.
The Louisiana Federation of Teachers is taking applications for the positions of Legislative Director in Baton Rouge and Field Representative in Central, Northwest and Northeast Louisiana.
(New Orleans – March 24, 2015) Teachers at Morris Jeff Community School today petitioned their administration and board to recognize the United Teachers of New Orleans as their representative and to begin negotiations on a collective bargaining agreement.
One of the driving forces behind their desire to unionize is a lack of job security at their charter school.
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When teachers in Louisiana’s top performing high school, Ben Franklin, started their drive toward a union contract, it was big news across New Orleans.
The Franklin campaign caught the attention of charter school teachers at Morris Jefferson Community School who, just this month, have asked their board to begin negotiations on a contract of their own.