David Isreal: Politics is Not a Dirty Word-Hybrid Meeting

Observations drawn from over thirty years as a political action leader for teachers in Nassau County, Albany, and Washington together with some lessons learned about bringing people together to support a common cause.

After college I became a public school English teacher for five years in Attleboro, Massachusetts, and then for forty-two years in East Williston, New York. For nearly forty years, I was the president of the East Williston Teachers Association. For nearly thirty of those years I led political action for the New York State United Teachers in Nassau County and headed its Vote-Cope operation. During my last few years of service, I was the elected representative of the north Nassau region oil NYSUT’s Board of Directors. I founded and led one of the earliest benefit trust funds and also founded and led a scholarship foundation for young people aspiring to be public school teachers.


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