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With the election of Donald Trump and the majority Republican Congress, our activism is now more important than ever. The bedrock issues for retirees are health care and retirement (Social Security and pension) benefits. As retired educators, we also join in the need to protect and advocate for our public schools and in-service teachers, which are threatened by privatization, for-profit charters, vouchers, and “reforms” that further that agenda. We also have an interest in protection of civil rights and workers’ rights. All of these issues are at the forefront at present. We therefore need


Unfortunately, RC 10 lost three of our most involved members during the last year. Those who strive to make a difference in the world, who love and are loved by those around them, are never really gone. Their impact is felt long after they have left us. We can choose to honor their memories in ways that continue their legacy.

We previously announced the passing of Dan Boone, who long served RC 10 in many capacities including as a delegate to the NYSUT Representative Assembly, a longstanding member of our Travel and Social Committee, and a representative for retirees at both the NYSUT Statewide


 Retirees have special interests in fighting to protect retirement pensions and quality health care, and can donate to NYSUT actions that will help to do so.                                                                                                                          

VOTE/COPE is the political action fund of NYSUT and its affiliates. Voluntary donations given by active and retired NYSUT members support union-backed political candidates and campaign committees that are helping to advance national as well as state and local education and union issues. You can fight to protect public


MAC - NYSUT Member Action Center

The 'MAC' is an online tool to connect a grassroots community of activists interested in education, healthcare and other issues affecting working people and families. Take action today!

Take Action: Make your voice heard


Make your views known to those in Congress and state legislatures who represent you on the issues that affect working families every day.  Visit the AFT's Take Action page.

Tri-County Literacy Center, serving Warren, Washington, and Saratoga Counties, will be offering volunteer literacy tutor training as follows:

Mar. 21 through Apr. 25 (no class April 11)

Tuesdays | 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the

SUNY Adirondack Queensbury Campus


In this course, individuals will receive complete training by   Tri-County Literacy Center staff to begin tutoring an adult student in basic literacy, the English language or both. Why not give back by teaching reading and English to adults in the community who need help? The need for literacy tutors in our region is significant.


To register