This is from Educators of NYC from tonight's Executive Board meeting:
On healthcare, the UFT is still licking its wounds from retirees winning in court to stop UFT endorsed Senior Care copays and the UFT losing with the City Council, who are not changing 12-126. A change would have permitted the City and unions to legally charge more copays and premiums.
However, when it comes to charter schools, it looks like a big victory in that Eva Moskowitz is not getting her way on new Success Academy colocations inside NYC public schools. The UFT is confirming the reports that proposals to colocate Success Academies in a number of public schools have been withdrawn. The Union is praising the community collaborations.
Back to healthcare, Unity tabled (didn't act upon) a motion that the United for Change High School reps made to fight any premiums for GHI.
For a full report from Nick Bacon, head on over to New Action.