Articles from February 2012


On Monday, Feb 27th, the Nassau County Legislature is scheduled to vote on Ed Mangano’s plan to close 4 of our 8 police precincts.  This proposal comes at a time when there has been a substantial increase in burglaries, home invasions, and other crimes. The Mangano plan will have a profoundly negative effect on public […]

NCCFT Update – 2/12/12

As we have all heard by now, several cars were vandalized. Acts of vandalism or any type of criminal activity is unacceptable on our campus. The NCCFT asks that everyone be aware of your surroundings; if you see something, say something. Grievance Updates: No one was surprised that the Administration has denied the NCCFT’s Step […]

“More Than a Number” – Teacher Evaluation Forum

Concerns and questions about New York State’s new teacher evaluation system will be the focus of a Feb. 15 public forum at LIU Post, where college professors and Long Island school principals will present their opposition. More than 500 people already have signed up for the forum titled “More than a Number: Is the new […]

Defend Pensions: Oppose Tier 6.

Today the New York State AFL-CIO is launching a statewide radio ad campaign in opposition to the proposed Tier 6 pension changes. You can listen to the radio ad here. Tier 6 would severely undermine the retirement security of workers who dedicate their careers to serving the residents of New York. Mario Cilentro, President of […]