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The lawsuit claims the contract was signed and approved by the state’s largest teacher’s union, the New York State Education Association, and has been signed under pressure by the union and a company representing teachers.

The lawsuit seeks class-action status for teachers, and to have former and current New York City charter teachers be eligible for state employee raises as mandated by law.

The lawsuit argues that teachers had no opportunity to seek a new contract that would have been better for the teachers because they were under no contract, as the lawsuit says.

But the contract was signed by then-Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo and then-Democratic state Sen. Barbara Buono.

Teachers who signed the contract were asked to sign an agreement which would be valid for 30 years.

It’s a contract that includes an exemption for charter schools with 10 percent or less of their total enrollment from having to take any action that might affect enrollment on any of its campuses.

A representative for the New York State Education Association said Thursday the union will not seek class-action status. The union did not have a reaction to the lawsuit on Thursday.

The New York Tribune said Thursday the state’s union will not be challenging the contract.

A spokeswoman for the New York State Senate Democratic Caucus did not return a call and email seeking comment Thursday about the lawsuit and about whether the contract may be voided due to the lawsuit.

The agreement was signed by the then-Democratic governor in February, 2012.

The tea오바마카지노chers union will file a class-action lawsuit in Albany, according to the lawsuit, which is seeking damages in excess of $10 million.

The deal included that teachers could be fired without cause or without cause for non-compliance, that they would be automatically enrolled in a special charter and pay a one-time $150,000 pay increase plus benefit costs of $80,000 per year, and that the union was in a position to request a second three-day contract with the state.

The lawsuit also notes that the contract had been drawn up under pressure from both Democrats and Republicans, and “the current agreement was reached without input from any independent expert.

At the time, Cuomo had annogta5카지노unced a package of reforms aimed at boosting quality in the public school system. It included the creation of charter schools, improved school assessment scores, and th