Manchester Education Association President Sue Hannan released the following statement this evening: “Manchester educators have received their first paycheck of the year, and nothing has changed. Steps are frozen for the fourth time in 6 years. Contract negotiations are stalled with no meeting scheduled with the school board negotiations committee, and MEA continues to wait
During an active shooting incident in Manchester Friday morning, police secured Manchester Central High School while searching for the suspect. That search led them to deploy a SWAT team near the school. The high school went into secure in place at 11:00 a.m. Manchester police officers were present as students inside the school remained in
New Hampshire needs unions now more than ever as Supreme Court sides with corporate billionaires, rigging the economy against workers and their families. With its decision in Janus v. AFSCME, the U.S. Supreme Court turned its back on American workers—the educators, nurses, firefighters, police officers, and public servants who make our communities strong and safe.
On heels of high-profile walkouts, new organizing and spiking approval for unions, union leaders see decision as rallying point to unrig economy and put workers first WASHINGTON – June 27, 2018 – The following statement was issued by leaders and members of NEA, AFSCME, SEIU and AFT following the decision by the U.S. Supreme Court to
Justices disregard facts, law with its ruling that strikes down 40 years of precedent CONCORD- The U.S. Supreme Court today issued a 5-4 decision in a case that had been bankrolled by corporate interests who wanted to rig the economic system even further in their favor. The ruling is a radical interpretation of the First
NEA-New Hampshire, the state’s largest public sector union, announced their recommendation of Joe Pace in the race for Executive Council in District 3. “Joe Pace understands the value of public education in New Hampshire,” said NEA-NH President Megan Tuttle. “He attended public schools in Stratham and Exeter, and graduated from UNH. He knows firsthand how