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2005 IFT Resolutions

  • Resolution No. 1 - Calling for a Study of IFT/AFT Dues Structure

  • Resolution No. 2 - Class Size/Caseload in Special Education

  • Resolution No. 5 - ERA

  • Resolution No. 3 - Closing the Achievement Gap in Illinois

  • Resolution No. 6 - Increase Hiring of Minorities by the IFT

  • Resolution No. 7 - Middle Grade Certification

  • Resolution No. 8 - Reduction of Probationary Period for Pre K-12 Teachers

  • Resolution No. 9 - Reform of the Patriot Act: Protecting America and the Rights of its Citizens

  • SPECIAL ORDER OF BUSINESS - Calling for Action on Public Employees Layoffs

  • SPECIAL ORDER OF BUSINESS - Recognizing the outstanding service of Thomas H. Reece to the Chicago Teachers Union, the Illinois Federation of Teachers and the American Federation of Teachers

  • Resolution No. 18 - Wal-Mart – Bad for Workers

  • Resolution No. 12 - Support Civil Marriage for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Individuals and Oppose the Federal Marriage Amendment

  • SPECIAL ORDER OF BUSINESS - Recognizing the outstanding service of Ed Geppert, Jr. to the Illinois Federation of Teachers

  • Resolution No. 19 - Compensable Fringe Benefits

  • Resolution No. 13 - Support General Principles for School Funding Reform by Eliminating “Structural Deficit” of Illinois’ Revenue System

  • Resolution No. 20 - Funding for Intercollegiate Athletics

  • Resolution No. 15 - Cost of Health Care

  • Resolution No. 22 - Workload Issues and Shared Governance

  • Resolution No. 10 - Renaissance 2010

  • Resolution No. 11 - Required Vision Examination Before Entering Kindergarten

  • Resolution No. 14 - Support Union Organizing at Wal-Mart

  • Resolution No. 21 - Progressive Taxation for Education

  • Resolution No. 16 - Funding Public Schools in Illinois - Support for House Bill 750

  • Resolution No. 17 - Public School Health Care Personnel

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