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It's Open Enrollment Season for our Retiree Chapter!

Open Enrollment is Nov 1 - Nov 30. 

Retirees built the Washington Teachers’ Union (WTU) to create and sustain the conditions it takes to ensure that each and every student in Washington, D.C., receives a world-class education. Join the Retirees Chapter and ensure your voice continues to imipact students across Washington, D.C.

Download our Enrollment Guide and

 

WTU RETIREES OPEN ENROLLMENT for 2020 DENTAL / VISION BENEFITS:

 **** Wednesday, November 13, 2019       10:00 AM – 2:00 PM  ****                                                                                 

Where:       WTU Retirees Chapter Monthly Meeting Location

                     Stoddard Baptist Global Care @ Washington Center for the Aging 

                     2601 18th Street, NE

 

WTU membership staff and retiree volunteers will be on site to assist you. Please download the enrollment guide and ensure you have all required information.

 


Member Organizing Institute

We need your energy and dedication—your passion for our neighborhood public schools and your commitment to all of our students—to build grassroots power by fostering community among DCPS educators and the community.

If this sounds interesting to you, Learn More!


Replace IMPACT.

The Washington Teachers' Union is campaigning for teacher performance measurements that are developed, adopted and implemented collaboratively by teachers and administrators to replace IMPACT. Check out our Legislative Center to learn more.

 

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Our Contract

Our collective bargaining agreement with DCPS expired September 30, 2019. While we continue to operate under the current contract, we're in negotiations to improve the contract to ensure both teachers and students can succeed. 

Our contract guides the day-to-day work of educators, protects our rights and clearly defines our responsibilities. It’s vital that we enter these talks with clear demands, and that these demands truly represent the thinking of WTU members.

You can view our current contract here.

 

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