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    More than 1,000 doctors-in-training at Bronx hospital announce unionization

    November 3, 2022 // A major unionization effort is underway among the 1,200 physician trainees at Montefiore Medical Center, who are raising concerns about staffing and other issues at the Bronx hospital. Resident physicians and fellows at Montefiore will announce their plans Tuesday to join the Committee of Interns and Residents of SEIU — a health care union that currently represents about 22,000 residents, interns and fellows across the country.

    Build a Charter School, Get Sued by the Teachers Union

    July 19, 2022 // If you’re in search of proof that lecturers unions don’t care in regards to the pursuits of schoolchildren, you will discover it within the impoverished Bronx neighborhood of Soundview. A college constructing on Beach Avenue has been shuttered for nearly a decade, and the United Federation of Teachers is suing to maintain it closed. On Aug. 22, a brand new constitution highschool, Vertex Academies, will start lessons right here. In the native faculty district, solely 7% of scholars who enter ninth grade are prepared for school 4 years later. For black college students, the determine is 4%. The new faculty guarantees to ship “a high-quality education to 150 minority students from low-income backgrounds” in its first yr, says founding principal Joyanet Mangual. Justice Sotomayor, Public Prep, lottery, State University of New York, Jay Lefkowitz, Kirkland & Ellis, Milken Institute in California, Brooklyn Tech, Arthur Andersen, framework of family, religion, education and entrepreneurship, New York City Charter School Center, International Baccalaureate, Catholic faculties, Vertex, New York University Law School’s Classical Liberal Institute