Teachers protest against being overworked during and after school days

They say much of their time during school hours is filled with unnecessary busy work and unrelated tasks that don't serve their students.

Mar 31, 2023, 12:29 AM

Updated 423 days ago

Share:

Teachers across New York City brought their work to Keltch Park in a move they say is a protest against being overworked during the school day and after it's over.
Educators brought out their laptops and stacks of paperwork to grade their work in the park tonight, to show the public just how much work they juggle on a daily basis.
They say much of their time during school hours is filled with unnecessary busy work and unrelated tasks that don't serve their students.
The United Federation of Teachers says this is a call to the Department of Education to add more staffing to their schools to ensure that all students are receiving the education they deserve.


More from News 12
2:31
Storm Watch: Severe storms possible with heavy rain, strong wind and hail across New York City

Storm Watch: Severe storms possible with heavy rain, strong wind and hail across New York City

Large tree falls on 2 parked cars on Metcalf Avenue; no injuries

Large tree falls on 2 parked cars on Metcalf Avenue; no injuries

0:24
Bruce Springsteen postpones 2 more shows due to vocal issues

Bruce Springsteen postpones 2 more shows due to vocal issues

NYPD: Man, woman fatally shot inside a Midwood apartment building

NYPD: Man, woman fatally shot inside a Midwood apartment building

0:43
Police: Millions of dollars’ worth of marijuana found in downtown Brooklyn warehouse

Police: Millions of dollars’ worth of marijuana found in downtown Brooklyn warehouse

0:50
Police: Woman attacked on the border of Bronx and Yonkers, suspect sought

Police: Woman attacked on the border of Bronx and Yonkers, suspect sought

1:28
157th Brooklyn Memorial Day Parade kicks off today

157th Brooklyn Memorial Day Parade kicks off today

2:09
Kane In Your Corner: What to do if you’ve been a victim of identity theft

Kane In Your Corner: What to do if you’ve been a victim of identity theft

1:46
Final days of the Concourse Plaza Multiplex Cinemas

Final days of the Concourse Plaza Multiplex Cinemas

Guide: 2024 Memorial Day Parades in New York City

Guide: 2024 Memorial Day Parades in New York City

0:31
NYPD: Woman charged with murder following fatal stabbing of man in Mount Hope

NYPD: Woman charged with murder following fatal stabbing of man in Mount Hope

Wennberg scores in OT, Rangers top Panthers 5-4 to take lead in East finals

Wennberg scores in OT, Rangers top Panthers 5-4 to take lead in East finals

1:02
152nd Street Culture Festival celebrates Puerto Rican pride ahead of national parade

152nd Street Culture Festival celebrates Puerto Rican pride ahead of national parade

1:19
Bronx Historical Society offers Mott Haven walking tour, screening of ‘Up Jump The Boogie’

Bronx Historical Society offers Mott Haven walking tour, screening of ‘Up Jump The Boogie’

1:32
Bronx Fashion Week premieres Decade of Dreams at Baychester show

Bronx Fashion Week premieres Decade of Dreams at Baychester show

1:58
Mayor’s office: Burglars arrested, massive illegal cannabis distributor busted in Brooklyn

Mayor’s office: Burglars arrested, massive illegal cannabis distributor busted in Brooklyn

2:08
Blood test that detects colon cancer close to receiving FDA approval

Blood test that detects colon cancer close to receiving FDA approval

0:32
NYPD: 2 suspects wanted for stabbing woman in face in Mount Hope

NYPD: 2 suspects wanted for stabbing woman in face in Mount Hope

1:34
Crown Heights double dutch team heads to world championships next month

Crown Heights double dutch team heads to world championships next month

1:58
Loved ones say goodbye to 88-year-old grandmother killed in East Flatbush fire

Loved ones say goodbye to 88-year-old grandmother killed in East Flatbush fire