Avoiding a default crisis
Failure to pay down the national debt would cause tremendous economic harm to the American people.
Weingarten sets the record straight over school reopening
Republican legislators falsely accused AFT President Randi Weingarten of working to keep schools closed during the pandemic.
From invisibility to solidarity: An AAPI experience
Boston Teachers Union president Jessica Tang writes about her experience as an Asian American student, teacher, and now as a union leader.
Retirees learn to become an organizing force
Retired activists at their first organizing conference all had the same goal: to discover techniques to help them build their retiree power.
Staffing by the numbers
Telemetry techs are used to caring for about 110 patients per day on average, but now they typically care for more than 150. AFT member Niky Jones explains what those figures mean for her and her patients.
National campaign on healthcare staffing
The AFT launched a major national campaign to shine a spotlight on and address the country’s dire healthcare staffing crisis.
Reading Opens The World
Our new multiyear literacy campaign, “Reading Opens the World,” is designed to support students, educators and families and foster an ongoing love of reading.
AFT's trauma counseling benefit provides help and healing for our members, whenever needed, wherever a member may be.
AFT partners with NewsGuard
NewsGuard's leading anti-misinformation tool will be offered to AFT members, and their students and families.