Political Action

UESF Executive Board member, and Lowell High School para-educator Tom Harriman, and UESF Secretary Lisa Guzman get ready to walk precincts during our successful campaign to pass Prop. 55 in 2016. The statewide measure helped bring vital resources to our schools.

UESF has a robust political and community engagement program. Through our political work, we seek to help build resources and support for our public schools and to bring commitment from across the city of San Francisco and the state of California to address the fundamental needs of our students. We also take part in coalition work to address issues of concern for educators and the families and communities we serve in San Francisco, including working to ensure that San Francisco remains an affordable place for all of its residents.

For more information about UESF’s political program, please contact UESF Political Director Emeritus Ken Tray at ktray@uesf.org.