AFT MA has been working mightily to eliminate high stakes testing and to reduce the amount of standardized testing. The AFT, Read More
From districts large and small, teachers are on the front lines of the education debate and AFT MA is here to offer information, advice and support so that they can all do their jobs with courage and confidence.
Even after you leave the classroom or the school building, AFT MA offers a wide array of benefits and protections that help make your “golden years” even brighter.
Paraprofessionals work directly with students, offering advice and support that allows and encourages them to succeed. AFT MA is here for paras with professional support that allows and encourages them to succeed as well.
Libraries are the heart and soul of education and information management and AFT MA offers plenty of ways to support those who make these vital venues work.
As demands on students continue to increase, our members in Higher Education continue to develop new ways of engaging and inspiring all students to achieve and succeed
The Executive Board of AFT MA has endorsed Dennis Naughton and Jacqueline Gorrie for seats on the MTRB. Retired teachers from the Boston public schools belong to the Boston Retirement System and do not vote for seats on this Board. Practically all other retired public school teachers belong to the MTRS. Ballots have been mailed and must be received Read More
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AFT Massachusetts advocates on behalf of its 25,000 members, for students attending public schools in the Commonwealth, and on behalf of working people throughout the state. Click here to read about current issues of concern to AFT Massachusetts and its members.
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