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  • Executive Director April 24, 2019
    NJEA announces a vacancy for Executive Director. General Responsibilities The Executive Director is responsible for working closely with the Officers of the association in an atmosphere of mutual trust, respect and teamwork; being present to provide advice and information at all meetings of the Executive Committee, Delegate Assembly, and Property and Personn […]
  • NJEA members stand together at Higher Education Conference April 24, 2019
    “It’s not just about getting students ready for college, it’s also about making sure that colleges are ready for students.” – New Jersey Secretary of Higher Education Zakiya Smith Ellis Over 200 NJEA members attended the 2019 NJEA Higher Education Conference held in Princeton on April 12-13. The conference offered a variety of workshop topics for […] The pos […]
  • NJREA election results April 23, 2019
    NJREA’s 2019 elections have been tabulated and officers for the 2019-2021 term have been determined. As the March NJREA Newsletter reported, the current NJREA officers all ran uncontested and automatically have been reelected to their second terms. The post NJREA election results appeared first on New Jersey Education Association. […]
  • April 23, 2019
    NEA members will be hugely important in deciding the next president. In the last presidential election, one in every 39 votes cast was made by an NEA member or family member. And since that election, we have come together like never before to fight for our students, higher wages, more resources, and better funding. The […] The post ap […]
  • Support Our Students Coalition sends letter to Gov. Murphy, legislative leaders April 18, 2019
    NJEA, along with numerous pro-public education advocacy groups, joined together to form the Support Our Students Coalition to advocate for the full funding of New Jersey’s public schools as called for under the School Funding Reform Act (SFRA) of 2008. On Thursday, April 18, the SOS coalition sent the following letter to Governor Phil Murphy, […] The post Su […]
  • Blistan: We believe in Camden’s Traditional Public Schools April 17, 2019
    To protest the potential closing of schools, Dr. Keith Eric Benson, president of the Camden Education Association (CEA), walked more than 40 miles to raise awareness about the budget crisis facing the city’s traditional public schools. Benson began his walk on Monday, April 15 at the CEA office in Camden and concluded his journey today […] The post Blistan: […]
  • Social media ambassadors April 15, 2019
    Sharing experiences from behind the lens By Kevin Fenlon Managing our school’s digital footprint is much more than a one-person job. It is an impossible task to share all the events, activities and learning experiences from a single perspective. That’s where High Point Regional High School’s social media ambassadors come in. The Social Media Ambassador […] T […]
  • NEA Click & Save Deals April 10, 2019
    NEA Click & Save, the online discount buying service for NEA members, highlights select retailers and merchants each month. Check out these featured “Buy-lights” for April!* Vitamin World: The go-to source for high-quality vitamins, minerals and herbs. Earn 6X WOWPoints on your purchase, and use code DSCNT10 for free shipping! Spa Finder: Provides access […]
  • New fund supports afterschool, summer meals expansion April 9, 2019
    A new source of funding and technical assistance is now available to help summer meals and afterschool sponsors, sites and vendors serve up more meals to children across New Jersey. The New Jersey Child Nutrition Fund (NJCNF), created and administered by the Reinvestment Fund and supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, provides capital funding and t […]
  • Nominations now open for NEA’s 2019 Social Justice Activist of the Year April 9, 2019
    The 2019 Social Justice of the Year award will honor exceptional efforts that demonstrate the ability to lead, organize and engage educators, parents, families, and the community to advocate on social and/or racial justice issues that impact the lives of students, fellow educators and the communities they serve. Go to to find out mo […]