Nearly half of the city`s millions of schoolchildren are expected to begin the fall of distance education full-time. The more than 500,000 children planned for “mixed” learning in person will pass between distance learning from home and travel to their school buildings. Schools are now allowed to take on teacher schedules and tasks that do not fit well with the union`s prior agreement. This market was almost impossible for many schools. Unfortunately, in recent weeks and months, this agreement and the agreements made have been profoundly flawed and do not solve the problems facing our communities. This is a predictable by-product of undemocratic decisions by our union leaders, who have made it clear that they are prepared to abandon virtually everything if it means that President Mulgrew can announce an agreement with this government. Thank you for making your voice heard by working on these new agreements with the DOE. And thank you for the work you do every day to help New York students. NYC DOE will not be completely removed until the infection rate is higher. Til then, good luck or act! Marilyn Ramirez, a chapter leader and bilingual educator at the Washington Heights High School for Media Communications, said Friday that her colleagues` group chat “has gone” with happy texts about the new agreement – especially the ability to work from home when students are at home. Overall, she said the agreement was a sign that city councillors are “listening now.” Also included in the agreement: Parent-teacher conferences are held online, unless a person is asked. Many families whose children had enrolled in distance education were surprised to see teachers, often in masks, who provided distance classes from classrooms. The agreement does not allow much flexibility in a hot button problem: live broadcast classes.
This prevents headteachers from requiring teachers to send their classes to a mix of students who are personal and remote, which Mulgrew and Chancellor Richard Carranza have insisted they end up with below-average courses. But teachers can choose live streaming classes. Once again, UFT leaders and the Ministry of Education agreed to nod to reason, while leaving unanswered important questions from school staff, parents and students for months. This recent agreement is in fact a total tolerance of the mayor`s mixed education plan, underfunded, uncertain, understaffed and informative. How do you solve problems where there are teachers who have been assigned to teach both in Denper`s classes and in distance classes? The User-Related Services Personalization Document (RAD) replaces the special distance learning plans you entered into between April and June for distance learning. Mandated advisors should complete and issue this new SESIS form for all students. The aim is to involve and involve parents in the development of the document. As a reminder, you do not need to obtain parental consent or fill out consent forms before completing the corresponding performance adjustment document. What should I do if my class size violates the negotiated limits for mixed distances? One principle in Queens, which asked not to use his name because he did not have the power to speak to the press, said the late agreement made his job “1,000 times more difficult.” He said he relies on teachers who work with distant students to help with students arriving and firing, which now involves temperature checks and health screenings.
Headteachers have some leeway and can ask 20% of teachers who have remote orders to travel to school buildings with appropriate notice. The agreement does not say how much an announcement is sufficient.