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The East Meadow Teachers Association
Working In Union With East Meadow


www.eastmeadowteachers.org

John Gallagher, President
Barbara DiFiore, Vice President

James Parisi, Vice President

Ryan Malone, Treasurer

 

The EMTA is the exclusive negotiating agent for the teaching personnel, registered nurses, teaching assistants, library paraprofessionals, and intervention assistants of the East Meadow School District.

 

The East Meadow Teachers Association is affiliated with NYSUT, AFT, NEA, and AFL-CIO.

Recent News:

 

• NYSUT Endorsements For 2014 Elections

 

2014-2015 School Calendar

 

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• APPR Questions Or Concerns?

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• Tell It Like It Is - Tell SED To Stop The

  Obsession With Standardized Tests

 

What You Need To Know About

   Certification

 

25 Tips For New NYSUT Members

 

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Directions to NYSUT Regional Office

 

The East Meadow Teachers Association / PO Box 7 / East Meadow, NY 11554
Phone / Fax 631.979.0609

 

 

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ALBANY, NY July 28, 2014 — New York State United Teachers President Karen E. Magee released the following statement today in response to a lawsuit challenging due process rights for New York’s teachers:

“This is a politically motivated attack against every dedicated teacher in New York state. We are highly confident the courts will reject this attack as entirely without merit. We welcome the opportunity to expose the many lies and misrepresentations about tenure laws and establish, once and for all, the plain truth: Tenure is an absolutely necessary safeguard for teachers, for students and for quality public schools.

“Tenure means teachers can speak freely and strongly on matters of public concern. Tenure ensures that teachers have the freedom to teach effectively and the liberty to oppose policies or cuts that harm students.                                                                                                                                Read More...