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AFTDAssociation for Frontotemporal Dementias
AFTDAmerican Federation of Teachers (union)
AFTDAssessing Fitness to Drive (National Transport Commission; Australia; driver health program)
AFTDAdvanced File Type Device (NetWorker)
AFTDAviation Flight Test Directorate (US DoD)
AFTDAlien from the Darkness (Hentai movie)
AFTDAmerican Foreign Trade Definition
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American Federation of Teachers, National Council on Measurement in Education, & National Education Association (AFT, NCME, & NEA).
Source: American Federation of Teachers Architect $54,033 Bridge inspector $40,360 Chemist $39,186 Civil engineer $50,165 Environmental engineer $46,987 Geologist $42,070 Note: Table made from bar graph.
The information and research services of one particular union is outlined in Howard Nelson and Bernadette Bailey's article describing services provided at the American Federation of Teachers (AFT).
org is the first installment of a national multimedia project that also includes: A Tale of Two Schools, a documentary narrated by actor Morgan Freeman; Raising a Reader, a five-part television series; teleconferences; a bilingual print guide; and the "Take Me to Your Reader" outreach campaign, with more than 25 national partners, including the National Education Association, American Federation of Teachers, Reading is Fundamental, the American Library Association and the National PTA.
In addition, GLSEN sent a letter on May 31, signed by the heads of the National Education Association and the American Federation of Teachers, urging secretary of Education Rod Paige to use federal authority to make schools safer for gay and lesbian youth.
The American Federation of Teachers is on a quest to increase teacher effectiveness - from professional development to peer assistance.
Nearly all AFL-CIO unions such as the United Auto Workers, American Federation of Teachers and the United Mine Workers are covered.
In 1980, consistent with the direction education had taken in the '70s, and fueled by the increasingly urgent need for a qualified work force within the rapidly expanding financial services industry, the New York City Board of Education and Shearson Loeb Rhoades, in cooperation with the American Federation of Teachers, began to discuss development of a prototype program - called the Academy of Finance (AOF) - to prepare high school students for careers in financial services.
The American Federation of Teachers ran one of those pseudo-op-ed advertisements in The New York Times that told the "typical story" of a special-ed kid in a mainstream classroom who would "scream, throw furniture," and eat paste.
Albert Shanker, president of the American Federation of Teachers, raises a valid concern when he notes that "schools are political institutions.
The teachers are represented by United Teachers of Los Angeles, which is affiliated with the National Education Association and the American Federation of Teachers.
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