The federal lawsuit, backed by the Houston branch of the American Federation of Teachers, a national labor union
, claims that HISD officials pressured administrators to "manufacture deficiencies or otherwise find fault with the instructional practices" of teachers who received low scores through a district formula that uses students' prior standardized tests to predict academic growth in the current years.
He explores the question by examining four historical junctures involving the initial formation of national labor union
confederations: the British labor movement during the late 1800s and early 1900s, the American labor movement during the same timeframe, the Japanese labor movement from 1945 to 1960, and the Turkish labor movement during the mid to late 1900s.
The National Federation of Nurses (NFN) is your national labor union
. This is the leading national labor union
for nurses in the United States.
The Histadrut, the national labor union
, is responsible mainly for employees in the public sector.
Such organizations as the National Labor Union
and the Knights of Labor articulated broad social, political and economic goals.
Recently, we completed a program study and the overall execution of the design for a large national labor union
that combined an original office space of 42,000 square-feet spread over seven floors to an interconnected space on just two floors with 40,000 square-feet.
The American Federation of School Administrators, the national labor union
for principals and administrators, issued a statement saying the comment was "outrageous." "Rod Paige ...
It is also the case that Sylvis and Cameron failed to win the National Labor Union
to their viewpoint.
The National Labor Union
, the Noble and Holy Order of the Knights of Labor, Colored National Labor Union
, the American Federation of Labor, and the Federation of Organized Trades and Labor Unions were all formed at this time.
The national labor union
federation has been publicizing the often-times extravagant pay of hundreds of CEOs on its Web site, paywatch.org, since 1997.
The vote followed a June decision by the American Medical Association's 500-member House of Delegates to create a national labor union
to represent physicians.
Labor historians have long been superficially aware of the aspects of the laundresses' story that make it interesting: the Collar Laundry Union they formed in 1864; their participation in the National Labor Union
later that decade and in the Knights of Labor in the mid-1880s; and their close alliance with union men in Troy's iron foundries, where many a laundress's kin worked.