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Nassau Regional Office: Correspondence
Letter offering job as field representative to applicant, December 23, 1986; C.B. Bulletin, newsletter of Nassau regional office, with article summarizing report of the Joint Economic Committee, which defined "rich" in America as households with an average wealth of $419,600, "very rich" as averaging $1.7 million, and "super rich" as $8.6 million, October 1986; C.B Bulletin showing identical retail prices to consumers for shirts made in U.S., Taiwan, Guyana, and Columbia, the differences in labor costs affecting profit margins of retailers; other C.B. newsletters; clipping from NEA Today, about an industrial arts teacher who fought for years against environmental hazards in his Baldwin school, developed malignant melanoma, was turned down by NYSUT for representation, then was represented by NEA, December 1986; memo to NYSUT counsel advising that BOCES II Teachers Association had requested that NYSUT withdraw its appeal of the Teacher Aides in Occupational Education Classes case, following resolution of outstanding issues, October 27, 1986; request for legal consultation for teacher at Lynbrook school district facing complaint from parent over final grade and student's behavior on school trip, September 2, 1986; memo re breach of contract case following rejection of an advisory arbitration award in Hempstead, applicability to other locals, August 15, 1985; memo from Jim Conti re provisions of the Empire Plan re mental health coverage, three-month prescription purchase, definition of medical necessity, need to obtain booklets re benefits for members, feasibility of NYSUT's setting up a private plan for members, May 6, 1986; correspondence re possible NYSUT assistance in litigation by teacher in Great Neck who was pursuing a sex-discrimination case against the New York State Teachers Retirement System at her own expense, implications for retiree organizing, NEA competition, October 1985; memo re Nassau staff meeting and concern over resolution re 3020a proceedings, April 21, 1986; memos re teacher laid off in Farmingdale district, returned to teach part-time outside tenure area, resigned, determination that no rights were violated, April 1986; request for upgrade for secretaries in Nassau office, consistent with increased workload and skill requirements, November 13, 1985