New York teachers union caucus might seek legal action over fall return to in-person learning

New York teachers union caucus might seek legal action over fall return to in-person learning

New York teachers union caucus might seek legal action over fall return to in-person learning A Google form sent out by the caucus was taken down as of Wednesday afternoon A caucus within the largest teachers union in New York appeared to indicate this week it might seek legal action if members are forced to return to in-person teaching this fall. The Solidarity Caucus of the United Federation of Teachers (UFT) reportedly sent out a Google survey to caucus members to determine interest in pursuing legal recourse. The form was taken down as of Wednesday afternoon. The caucus also appeared to be trying to canvas members for "stories" as to why they are concerned about a return to in-person teaching in the fall. "We are hoping to look for patterns/commonalities to pursue legal action," a tweet by the caucus read. "Please complete this form to join the legal action or not." Corey DeAngelis, the national director of research at the American Federation for Children, captured images of the form and posted them to Twitter, noting that the options regarding how …
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