UESF members fight for higher pay

Acute staff shortages are hobbling the return to in-person learning in California schools. The hardest positions to fill are often special ed instructional aides, who are facing students with pandemic trauma, larger classes, and low pay.

AFT and CFT are stepping up to the challenge of the post-pandemic staffing crisis in education.

Officers of the CFT Council of Classified Employees hit the road to hear what's happening in your workplace.

Learn and network at our first-ever conference for custodians and trades workers — May 14 in Compton.

The library staff at The Claremont Colleges joined the union organizing wave with 80% saying "YES!"


Quick Takes

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Use our social media toolkit to celebrate classified professionals!

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Legislation to ensure that staff are paid during personnel investigations.

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Labor wins reinstatement of COVID sick leave retroactive to January 1.

Primary Election endorsements

Your vote in the Primary Election is important! Find our endorsements.

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Find solid resources to help build equity on campus and in the union.

Student scholarship winner headed to UCSB

The union offers $3,000 awards to dependents of CFT members.



In Case You Missed It

Jeffery M. Freitas, President

Luukia Smith, Secretary Treasurer

L. Lacy Barnes, Senior Vice President

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Classified Insider, Spring 2022 | Volume 12, Number 2

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