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Overall, fatalities on the job rose 5.7%. The rise in fatal occupational injuries from 2021 to 2022 is “alarming and unacceptable” to the AFL-CIO.
Her students voted her National Honor Society Teacher of the Year, in recognition of her work in the classroom.
"A lot of our students are still falling by the wayside, and this has led us to use outside resources, especially the help of community groups."
This year, we’ve seen unprecedented engagement from the Biden administration, affording AFSA a significant seat at the policymaking table and the opportunity for regular input.
“We are at a technological crossroads with the rights and economic security of workers at risk."
“I can’t believe I’m paid to do what I love.”
“School is not just about learning, but about community.”