While the four CBAs for the same period from the 30th You must read the contract for your specific site from June 2, 2015 until June 29, 2018. Contracts describe your rights, salaries, health care, dental care and retirement. Founded on March 16, 1960, the UFT has grown rapidly. On November 7, 1960, the union organized a major strike. The strike largely missed its main objectives, but obtained some concessions and attracted a lot of attention from the union in the population. After many other negotiations, the UFT was chosen in December 1961 as the collective bargaining organization for all municipal teachers. . UfT opposes teacher compensation and has opted for seniority-based pay, but joined in November 2007, with Mayor Bloomberg agreeing to a voluntary incentive program for high-need high-performing schools. The union does not support the proposed reform of the LIFO law based on the age of dementia (Education Act). In July 2007, Weingarten collaborated with Mayor Bloomberg to support a modified benefit compensation program with bonuses for schools and additional bonuses for some teachers.  The United Federation of Teachers (UFT) is the union that represents the largest number of teachers in New York Public Schools. As of 2005, there were about 118,000 vocational teachers and 17,000 paraprofessional educators in the union and about 54,000 retired members. In October 2007, 28,280 home nurses voted to join the union.
It is affiliated with the American Federation of Teachers, the AFL-CIO and the Central Labor Council. He is also the largest member of the New York State United Teachers, affiliated with the National Educational Association and Education International. The complaint also asked the court to stop the school sites.    In June 2011, the New York City Parents` Union filed its own complaint, to end co-locations and school closures, and stated: «Despite inconsistent and uncertain results, the DOE continues to push parents of public students into a private school system where many charters perform worse than public schools, while they do not serve their fair proportion of students with special needs and English learners.  Before the trial in June 2011, parent groups held a press conference to thank the NAACP for fighting on behalf of all children and to insist on fairness and justice.   In 1968, the UFT went on strike and closed the school system in May and then from September to November to protest against the decentralization plan put in place to give more neighborhoods control of the Community. . . .