On average, teachers spend more than $500 a year out of their own pockets for classroom supplies, according to the American Federation of Teachers.
What does AFTD stand for?
AFTD stands for American Federation of Teachers (union)
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We have 7 other meanings of AFTD in our Acronym Attic
- Association des Familles des Traumatisés Crâniens (French: Association of Families of Cranial Trauma Patients)
- Automobile Fair Trade Council (est. 1971; Japan)
- Amateur Field Trial Clubs of America
- American Federation of Teachers Communications Association (journalism awards)
- Association Française de Thérapie Comportementale et Cognitive (French: French Association for Cognitive and Behavior Therapy)
- Air Force Trusted Critical Computer System Evaluation Criteria (USAF)
- Air Force Telecommunications Certification Office
- American Fishing Tackle Co. (Irvine, CA)
- Advanced File Type Device (NetWorker)
- Alien from the Darkness (Hentai movie)
- American Foreign Trade Definition
- Assessing Fitness to Drive (National Transport Commission; Australia; driver health program)
- Association for Frontotemporal Dementias
- Aviation Flight Test Directorate (US DoD)
- Association of Flat Track Roller Derby Announcers
- A Foundation for Theological Education
- Action for Tomorrow's Environment (Scarsdale, NY)
- Annualized Full-Time Equivalent (university enrollment; various locations)
- Artists for the Environment (Earth Love Fund; UK)
- Association Française des Trésoriers d'Entreprise (French: French Association of Corporate Treasurers; est. 1976)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The American Federation of Teachers estimates that at least 18,000 of the nation's 3.
Antonia Cortese, executive vice president of the American Federation of Teachers, says that the proposals include "seriously flawed ideas with faddish allure that won't produce better academic results.
People who negotiated the Language of our [original] contracts thought that if we were linked to faculty on the issue of healthcare, we'd never get screwed," explains Picard, who also represents graduate students on the Program and Policy Council of the national Labor organization, the American Federation of Teachers (AFT; www.
Sandra Feldman President, The American Federation of Teachers Washington, DC Siobhan Gorman replies: So much of what Ms.
The teacher ought to be in charge and in control," Maryann Gracyzk, president of the Mississippi American Federation of Teachers, told ABC News.
The information and research services of one particular union is outlined in Howard Nelson and Bernadette Bailey's article describing services provided at the American Federation of Teachers (AFT).