Franklin teachers bargain their union contract with an eye toward having job security, fairness, and transparency at their school.More
(Baton Rouge – August 18, 2016) The Louisiana Federation of Teachers is reaching out to members who were affected by the August floods, assessing their needs and working to provide assistance, LFT Interim President Larry Carter said today.
Let us know how you’re doing! The Louisiana Federation of Teachers wants to hear from members who have been affected by the recent floods.
Our thoughts and prayers are with each of you as we fight to recover from this disaster. This Web page includes links to sites that can help, including a form for LFT members to complete. It will help us assess the needs of our brothers and sisters. We have put together a resource page for our members as they begin to begin to identify needs and next steps.
Welcome to the 2016-17 school year! The Louisiana Federation of Teachers wants to make sure that you get off to a successful start.
Links include legal rights and more!
(Baton Rouge – August 2, 2016) An Internet list claiming that Louisiana has the worst schools in the nation is an unscientific collection of random reports that does not deserve serious attention, according to the interim president of the Louisiana Federation of Teachers
Leaders of the LFT and the LAE applaud the Louisiana Legislature for granting a cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) to current retirees of the Louisiana public school system.
Here is your source for information and action in the 2016 Legislative sessions!