District’s and AFT’s proposals: real numbers | Negotiations update| VOTE | Rally March 11

Negotiations update: Delegation delivers resolution affirming strike authorization vote to the Board of Trustees

Our team met with the District’s team in mediation again yesterday and the contents of mediation remain confidential. This week the Delegate Assembly unanimously passed a resolution affirming the Executive Board and Negotiating Team’s call for a strike vote. And today a delegation of AFT 2121 leaders and members will present the Delegate Assembly’s resolution demanding a fair contract now to the Board of Trustees.  

We continue to urge members to vote “YES” to authorize a strike. Some members have been asking questions “like how long will we be striking.” View the answers to two of those key questions.

Our vote begins next week and runs from February 29 through March 8. Find out where to vote!


Administration turning students away: AFT 2121 urges members to vote “yes” to authorize a strike, February 29 through March 8

While claiming that low enrollment means there is no money for faculty, admin has ordered CCSF’s fastest growing department — computer science — to turn away students! The department has been told to downsize their classes by 5.6% even though computer science has increased its enrollment by more than 20% the last two semesters in a  row! We can not continue to accept this attitude from our administrators. Join us in our strike authorization vote next week as we fight to keep our college open an accessible for our students. Find out where to vote.

Save the date: Friday March 11, march for our contract and the public education San Francisco deserves!

SAVE the DATE!
FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 2016

Stand with education workers from across California and march for the public education San Francisco deserves!

What: March for public ed!
When: Meet at 12PM
Starts: at the annual CFT Conference at the Hyatt Regency Hotel (5 Embarcadero Center, SF)


The real numbers: Compare our compensation offer and the District’s offer to cost of living

There’s a lot of incorrect information out there about what the District has actually offered at the negotiations table. Are you having trouble following all the numbers? A rank-and-file AFT 2121 member Jacob Schlegel and our bargaining team prepared these helpful graphs comparing part-time and full-time salaries to the cost of living. Click to view these charts andtheir data in more detail. The graphs also contrast our union’s compensation proposals to what the District has really offered:

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