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Officials said labor talks remained ongoing, as the mayor canceled a major housing policy talk.

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Unions representing teachers, nurses and professors have gone the longest without contracts, reps say.

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Fariña spent four decades in the city's school system, joining Bloomberg's team in 2004.

Washington Heights »

Manny De Los Santos touted his UFT backing, but the union said it doesn't endorse in local races.

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The United Federation of Teachers endorsed former NYC Comptroller Bill Thompson for mayor Wednesday.

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Former President Bill Clinton said the fund will invest in infrastructure for areas affected by Sandy.

Fort Greene »

Brooklyn Technical High School housed hundreds of elderly and ill evacuees.

New York City »

A total of 670 schools have overcrowded classes this fall, the United Federation of Teachers said.

Crown Heights »

Hundreds gathered Thursday to protest the city's plan to shutter the schools.

Manhattan »

More New Yorkers trust the teachers union than the mayor when it comes to policy, a new poll found.

Manhattan »

Hundreds of teachers are sent to a new school every week. Few expect to land a real job.

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More than $60 million in federal education cash was suspended after teacher evaluation talks broke down.

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Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced a plan Tuesday that would cut taxes for 4.4 million New Yorkers taxpayers.

Downtown »

Occupy Wall Street installed three portable toilets outside 52 Broadway, the United Federation of Teachers' headquarters.

Downtown »

The United Federation of Teachers will take tents, sleeping bags, and other gear from Occupy Wall Street's Zuccotti Park encampment and store it during Friday's mandatory cleaning.