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  • NJEA: Don’t take away our students’ healthcare
    ACA repeal would hurt NJ children, families NJEA’s elected officers, President Wendell Steinhauer, Vice President Marie Blistan and Secretary-Treasurer Sean M. Spiller, issued the following statement today condemning the proposed repeal of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and urging New Jersey’s congressional delegation to consider the harm repeal would do to N […]
  • Register for the Higher Ed Conference
    NJEA members from New Jersey colleges will navigate through members’ issues and interests at the annual NJEA Higher Education Conference, April 7-8, at the Princeton Marriott Hotel and Conference Center at Forrestal. The conference begins with registration at 1 p.m., Friday, April 7, followed by seminar sessions, dinner, and the keynote address. On Saturday, […]
  • Honor School Heroes
    Students can honor school heroes The post Honor School Heroes appeared first on New Jersey Education Association. […]
  • NJEA: Evaluation system will collapse if not fixed
    Steinhauer delivers 1,037 letters from concerned educators, parents NJEA President Wendell Steinhauer delivered a blunt warning to the State Board of Education today: “Take a stand in favor of doing evaluation the right way, before it collapses under its own weight because we insisted on doing it the fast way.” To underscore the point, Steinhauer […] The pos […]
  • NJEA PAC Screening Committee considers Republican gubernatorial candidates
    The NJEA PAC Screening Committee met tonight with Republican gubernatorial candidate Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno and reviewed a questionnaire submitted by Joe Rullo. All of the known Republican candidates for governor were invited to participate. NJEA also contacted the NJ Republican State Committee and shared the questionnaire and invitation letter, and encourage […]
  • Robbinsville Education Association
    The Robbinsville Education Association is proud to have co-sponsored a Save Your Teen Driver program with the Robbinsville High School Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA). Save Your Teen Driver is, in part, a defensive driving program that includes computer-generated simulations to assess driving skills. In this photo Robert Rubino and his daughter, Em […]
  • Hamilton Township Education Association
    The Hamilton Township Education Association (Mercer) is proud to have completed three consecutive nights of Families and Schools Together Work for Children (FAST) events at Klockner, Greenwood and Kuser elementary schools in December. Klockner and Kuser each held a dinner that included “Family Game Night and Homework Help Training.” Greenwood held a “How to […]
  • East Windsor Education Association
    The East Windsor Education Association is proud to have joined RISE, a community service partnership, at that organization’s holiday party. EWEA members distributed books and holiday treats to children in need. Pictured are PRIDE/FAST co-chairs Esmeralda Garcia and Angela Castaneda, Jill Grois, Katie Baseden and Dorothea Cohen. The post East Windsor Educatio […]
  • Computer Technician
    Job Summary Under the supervision of the Manager of Information Systems, this position is to support and maintain in-house and remote computer systems, desktops, office automation equipment and peripherals. This includes installing, diagnosing, repairing, maintaining, and upgrading all hardware and equipment, while ensuring optimal performance. This person w […]
  • NJEA president to Christie: Leave school funding to the next governor
    For the past seven years, Gov. Chris Christie has essentially level funded New Jersey’s public schools. He’s blithely ignored the School Funding Reform Act (SFRA), the smart, progressive school funding law that passed in 2008 with bipartisan support and is the only school aid formula approved by the State Supreme Court over the last 50 […] The post NJEA pres […]