Oct

06

CDRO Celebrates SRP Recognition Day

As you may be aware, New York State celebrates SRP Recognition Day each November, and the CDRO always takes the opportunity to give our region’s SRPs a proper “Thank You.’  Last years’ celebration at the Desmond Hotel in Albany was attended by 175 of our regions SRPs!  To provide some context, in 2013 we had […]

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Oct

06

Poll: Support for constitutional convention wanes

The latest Siena poll shows that support for the convention wanes as more people become educated on the topic. http://www.timesunion.com/7day-state/article/Poll-Support-for-constitutional-convention-dips-12255846.php

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Feb

16

Upcoming Workshops

Upcoming CDRO Regional Workshops Certification Questions Answered: One on One Time with a NYSUT Specialist Time: 4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Dates and Locations (choose one): Tuesday, March 28 – NYSUT HQ, 800 Troy Schenectady Road, Latham Wednesday, March 29 – Schenectady TA, 740 Union Street, Schenectady Wednesday, April 5 – Saratoga HS, Distance Learning […]

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Feb

06

CDRO SRP Conference

Dear Local President: We are excited to announce the Central New York Region Offices will again partner with the Capital District Regional Office for the 2017 SRP Leadership Conference. In response to overwhelming demand, we return to the Otesaga Hotel in Cooperstown, NY. Registration begins on Saturday, March 18th at 8:30 a.m. The program starts at […]

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May

18

NYSUT: 99 percent of school budgets win voter approval

ALBANY, N.Y. May 18, 2016 — Voters across the state delivered a resounding endorsement of the direction of New York’s public education system, approving 99 percent of school budgets Tuesday, according to a preliminary estimate by New York State United Teachers today. “We are extremely pleased with the vote of confidence in our public schools […]

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