Higher Education

8/01/2021 – 8/31/2024

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3/01/2022 – 2/28/2025

Higher Education

3/01/2022 – 2/28/2025

Higher Education

1/01/2021 – 12/31/2024

Higher Education

3/01/2022 – 2/28/2025

Higher Education

1/01/2024 – 12/31/2027

32BJ SEIU Calls Sequester a “Double Whammy”

Philadelphia-As Philadelphia faces down the final SRC vote on school closings next week, Congress’s failure to reach an agreement to stop $85 billion in across-the-board spending cuts will only add to the problems of the cash-strapped Philadelphia School District. Gabe Morgan, Pennsylvania State Director and Vice President of 32BJ SEIU issued the following statement in […]

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Unions and Community to Demand that City Council Challenge Governor Corbett’s “Zombie Schools” Plan

Philadelphia, PA –George Ricchezza and Gabe Morgan, leaders of the Philadelphia School Workers Union 32BJ SEIU, will testify alongside public education advocates at City Hall Tuesday in support of a one-year moratorium on school closures. The union leaders will demand that City Council stands up to a plan to close 37 schools that could leave

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PA Dream Act Passage Would Pave Road for Students and Economic Growth

“By proposing the ‘PA Dream Act’, State Senator Lloyd Smucker is doing right not just by some of our brightest students, but by maintaining our competitive economic edge,” said Gabe Morgan, Vice President of 32BJ SEIU and Pennsylvania State Director. “Allowing highly motivated students to reach their full potential is an investment into building a

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Philadelphia School Reform Commission And 32BJ SEIU Agree On A Contract To Provide Savings, Save Jobs

Philadelphia, PA – The Philadelphia School Reform Commission (SRC) and 32BJ of the Service Employees International Union, which represents the School District’s maintenance, cleaning, and transportation employees, agreed on a new contract which saves jobs and provides financial relief to the School District. Key provisions of the contract, which extends through August 31, 2016 include: Contributions

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Tentative Job-Saving Deal Reached Between The Philadelphia School District And 32BJ SEIU

Philadelphia, PA – A tentative agreement was reached today between the Philadelphia School District and 32BJ of Service Employees International Union, pending approval by the union’s members on July 20, 2012. Under the four-year agreement that saves thousands of jobs, blue-collar workers will make direct contributions to keep schools open and to help the District solve

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Demonstrators March During Rush Hour To Save Public Education In Pennsylvania

Pittsburgh, PA – More than 200 concerned parents, workers and community members from Pittsburgh and surrounding areas marched through downtown at rush hour today calling on Governor Corbett to stop dismantling public education in our state. The demonstration is one of many planned across the state today. “Governor Corbett is following the national Republican playbook –

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14 Arrested At Demonstration To Save Philadelphia Public Schools

Philadelphia, PA – Fourteen people were arrested today at a mass protest to save Philadelphia’s public schools after the marchers sat in the middle of Broad Street a few blocks from the Philadelphia School District office. Among those arrested were Gabe Morgan, Pennsylvania State Director for 32BJ of the Service Employees International Union, and George Ricchezza,

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