On Tuesday the 24th Minneapolis Federation of Teachers and Education Support Professionals released survey results of its members’ attitudes and provided an update on its ongoing contract negotiations.

“When fewer than half our members feel they have the respect of the district’s top leadership and nearly 75 percent of ESPs are working at least one other job to make ends meet, it’s easy to understand why so many Minneapolis educators feel underpaid, overworked and ready to leave the district,” said Shaun Laden, president of MFT 59 ESP. “These are issues we can, and must, resolve in our next contract.”

The union is asking the public to support their efforts for a fair contract by signing this chang.org petition.

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