The Hartford Federation of Teachers has abandoned its lawsuit against its administrative employees over their retirement benefits, according to court documents. The case was withdrawn following a change of leadership at the Hartford teachers’ union
Rep. Joshua Hall
State Rep. Joshua Hall, D-Hartford, was defeated in his election bid to take over as president of the Hartford Federation of Teachers, according to a vote tally released by the HFT. Hall, who had served
State Representative and vice-chair of the Labor and Public Employees Committee Joshua Hall, D-Hartford, is running for president of the Hartford Federation of Teachers, AFT, following the retirement of Andrea DiBella Johnson. Hall is facing
The Labor and Public Employees Committee has filed a bill designed to push back against the Supreme Court’s 2018 decision in Janus v. AFSCME that allows public sector employees to opt out of union membership
An April 16 Hartford Board of Education meeting attended by state representative and Hartford teachers’ union vice-president Joshua Hall, D-Hartford, turned rowdy when Hartford parent, Jessie Pierce Jr., confronted the board saying teachers were failing
Connecticut government unions and union-backed organizations immediately signaled they would attempt to unseat the Democratic lawmakers that backed a new budget passed in both the Senate and the House last week.
When Joshua Hall left his teaching position at Hartford's Weaver High School in 2008 to work for the Hartford Federation of Teachers, he didn't give up his salary. Instead, Hartford schools continued to pay him