On March 4th, thousands of members across the state engaged in locally driven and statewide coordinated activities. Members had community conversations, student actions, press conferences, letter-writing campaigns, sign waving, marches, rallies and more; but this was only the beginning. We are not letting up, and we will continue to push for more funding for EVERY public school.
March 4, 2019 Day of action
- March 4, 2019
Resources for engaging students during the school closure
Common questions about school closures, testing, students with IEPs, evaluations, certifications and more.
Common questions and resources for parents — including links for meals for students in need.
Ways for members to take action to protect students, educators, healthcare professionals and working people.
Overview of the additional resources our benefit partners are providing to help members deal with the COVID pandemic.
A PDF guide for working people facing unemployment.
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