Tuesday, May 19th in front of St. Joseph by the Sea High School on Staten Island
Tuesday, May 19th in front of St. Joseph by the Sea High School on Staten Island

Tuesday, May 19th in front of St. Joseph...

Tuesday, May 19th in front of St. Joseph by the Sea High School on Staten Island

Tuesday, May 19th in front of St. Joseph by the Sea High School on Staten Island

Welcome to the Federation of Catholic Teachers
Welcome to the Federation of Catholic Teachers

Welcome to the Federation of Catholic...

Welcome to the Federation of Catholic Teachers

Welcome to the Federation of Catholic Teachers

The Federation of Catholic Teachers is the collective bargaining representative for the lay faculty in 137 elementary schools and 14 high schools in the Archdiocese of New York. We are affiliated with the Office and Professional Employees International Union, Local 153, AFL-CIO.
Welcome to the Federation of Catholic Teachers
Welcome to the Federation of Catholic Teachers

Welcome to the Federation of Catholic...

Welcome to the Federation of Catholic Teachers

Welcome to the Federation of Catholic Teachers

The Federation of Catholic Teachers is the collective bargaining representative for the lay faculty in 137 elementary schools and 14 high schools in the Archdiocese of New York. We are affiliated with the Office and Professional Employees International Union, Local 153, AFL-CIO.
Welcome to the Federation of Catholic Teachers
Welcome to the Federation of Catholic Teachers

Welcome to the Federation of Catholic...

Welcome to the Federation of Catholic Teachers

Welcome to the Federation of Catholic Teachers

The Federation of Catholic Teachers is the collective bargaining representative for the lay faculty in 137 elementary schools and 14 high schools in the Archdiocese of New York. We are affiliated with the Office and Professional Employees International Union, Local 153, AFL-CIO.
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2015-2016 Contracts

  • 30 April 2015
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Dear Union Members, 

Per Article VI of the collective bargaining agreement, your employer will be offering you a contract on or before May 1, 2015.  You are to sign and return the contract to your employer on or before May 15, 2015. * 

Do not sign your contract unless it is fully completed.  There should be no blanks.   

  • For full-time teachers, the salary step, degree, years of service and date of original tenure must be complete. The tenure section must say “has” or “has not.”   
  • For part-time teachers, the degree and day(s) worked sections must be completed. 
  • The salary section of both contracts should say TBD (to be determined).

For Immediate Release:

Catholic school teachers in Archdiocese of New York are taking strike votes

  • 29 April 2015
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  • Teachers to strike Friday to save Catholic schools
  • Teachers pursue unfair labor practice charges against Archdiocese

Catholic school teachers in the Archdiocese of New York are taking strike votes at numerous schools and will engage in a series of one-day strikes in the days and weeks ahead. Teachers at five schools will strike Friday, May 1. Other schools will be struck next week.

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 - To encourage Christian ideals and principles in dealings among members, students, their parents and all people associated with Catholic schools

- To encourage and promote a climate of excellence to further the moral and intellectual development of our students. 

- To secure improved wages, hours, working conditions and other economic advantages through organization, negotiation and collective bargaining that will raise the standards of the education profession. 

- To unite into one group all teachers, librarians and counselors employed in Catholic schools and to assist and cooperate with other education and labor organizations on matters of mutual concern. 

- To promote cooperation between our members and the Catholic schools at the local and central levels.

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