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Syracuse Regional Office: Correspondence
Syracuse Teachers Association Policy, Procedures and Information Regarding Members Accused of Misconduct (Primarily Child Abuse) as a Result of Employment in the Syracuse City School District; 20-page memo from Jim Conti debriefing Benjamin-Rush Center (psychiatric hospital facility) strike, November 17; United Liverpool Faculty Association newsletter, December; NLRB Charge against Employer against Benjamin Rush Center; appeal for holiday support for 12 employees fired during strike; agenda for meeting re strike, November 3; flyers re strike; memo from regional director to president of Benjamin Rush Employees United re crisis reimbursement plan related to strike, September 26; memos re eligibility of school nurses for Excellence In Teaching funds, September-October; list of teachers' starting salaries in Syracuse regional area, 1986-87; memos requesting legal assistance for unemployment insurance case at Port Byron School District, with attached decisions from NYS Unemployment Insurance Division, related correspondence re provisional teaching certificate, July-September; document by NYSUT regional staff director Frank Squillace, "Teacher Salaries and the Excellence in Teaching Law," August 1986; memo re absorption of Cortland-Madison BOCES school-related personnel (SRP) unit into new Cortland-Onondaga-Madison BOCES Organization (COMBO), July 15; memo re AFT liability insurance programs, May 13; related brochures and legal citations; NYS Department of Labor Notice of Variance Hearing on July 11 for Cazenovia Central School District, copied to Jim Conti and others; "raiding" letter from NEA-NY to teacher at Oswego County BOCES, with cover memo to Jim Conti noting that letter was being sent to CSEA locals, May 23; letter re field representative assignments to certain BOCES locals, April 29; memo to Jim Conti re inquiry from Onondaga-Madison BOCES Federation of Teachers re Public Health Law and related issues in which a school nurse might send students and teachers home because of a contagious illness at school, with attached excerpt from state Education Law, March 31; memos from Jim Conti to legal staff inquiring as to whether authorization forms allowing release of any confidential legal (including attorney-client privileged), medical (including psychiatric), financial, or other information, which prospective employees must sign, violated any federal or state civil rights regulations, with attached copy of release form used by Auburn Enlarged City School District, March-April; list of organization and representation status of school-related personnel in Syracuse regional area districts, January 10; memos re field representative assignment to Madison Central School Non-Instructional Employees Association (MCSNEIA), February