Our teachers and members care about teaching in the most effective way possible. National leaders of AFT as well as Local Leaders of AFT Utah were able to shares ideas to reach our ultimate goal of teaching kids and inspire them to succeed.
AFT PSRPs from two different locals in southern Illinois have created a training program to teach high school and college students about workplace safety
The attacks by those who demand and pursue austerity, polarization, privatization, and deprofessionalization increase at the 2015 Utah Legislative Session.
Public recognition comes rarely for school support personnel, but back-to-school season last fall provided a windfall of publicity for school bus drivers, bus attendants and cafeteria workers in southwestern Florida.
The AFT has joined with the Obama administration, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, state and local leaders, and public health advocates in calling for individuals and parents to vaccinate themselves and their children amid a new outbreak of measles.
Registered nurses Irene Jadge and Janice Stauffer, members of the Danbury (Conn.) Nurses' Union, traveled to Washington, D.C., to speak out against a Republican proposal to redefine who qualifies as a full-time worker under the Affordable Care Act.
Adjunct faculty at Temple University have filed authorization cards seeking union representation with the United Academics of Philadelphia, which is the AFT's Philadelphia-area local for adjunct faculty, and the Temple Association of University Professionals, which is the AFT-affiliated union for Temple's full-time tenure-track and nontenure-track faculty.