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  • NJHOF accepting Arete Scholarship applications for class of 2019 high school graduates December 7, 2018
    Committed to celebrating the achievements of established Garden State natives as well as those on their journey to success, the New Jersey Hall of Fame (NJHOF) invites Garden State high school students who will graduate in 2019 to apply for its Arete Scholarship. Recipients of the Arete Scholarship are youth who demonstrate a sense of […] The post NJHOF acce […]
  • Relief from Chapter 78 December 6, 2018
    S-2606/ A-4352 What would it do? S-2606/ A-4352 would provide relief to Chapter 78 by tying public employees’ premium share for health benefits to a percentage of salary instead of a percentage of premium cost. This bill would reduce the amount most NJEA members pay toward their health insurance and return fairness to the bargaining […] The post Relief from […]
  • Fighting for Job Justice for Educational Support Professionals December 6, 2018
    ESPS deserve due process S-3089/A-3664 What would it do? S-3089A-3664 would extend to non-teaching employees of local, county or regional school districts, boards or commissions the right to submit to binding arbitration any dispute regarding whether there is just cause for a disciplinary action up to and including dismissal. State Senate Sponsor: Linda Gree […]
  • Fighting for Job Justice for Educational Support Professionals December 6, 2018
    Taking a stand against privatization S-296/A-3185/A-3395  What would it do? S-296/A-3185/A-3395 would prohibit employers from entering into subcontracting agreements during the term of an existing collective bargaining agreement. Once a collective bargaining agreement expires, an employer would be permitted to enter into a subcontracting agreement only if th […]
  • Learn about the NJEA Teacher Leader Academy December 5, 2018
    In September 2015, Gov. Chris Christie signed a bill creating the Teacher Leader Endorsement, which is an additional credential attached to a standard instructional certificate. The State Board of Education is in the process of approving regulations for this new endorsement. A major component of the legislation is that programs of study for this license […] […]
  • Executive Assistant to the President December 4, 2018
    NJEA announces a vacancy for an executive assistant to the President. Overview The Executive Assistant to the President serves as the primary administrative professional to the Association’s top elected leader.  This busy position requires excellent administrative, interpersonal, and organizational skills, as well as the ability to work long hours, handle mu […]
  • Assistant to the Secretary-Treasurer December 4, 2018
    NJEA announces a vacancy for a confidential assistant to the Secretary-Treasurer (outside NJEA/USA Associate Staff Bargaining Unit).  Job Summary Assists and aids, in a confidential capacity, the NJEA Vice President or Secretary-Treasurer.  Under the supervision of the Vice President or Secretary-Treasurer, performs  clerical work, varied in nature but requi […]
  • Assistance for Survivors December 3, 2018
    The death of a spouse or a loved one is a very traumatic event. Dealing with your own feelings as well as those of the family in addition to making all the necessary arrangements can result in overlooked details and additional confusion. NJEA/NJREA has created a checklist designed to help you make sense of your rights and […] The post Assistance for Survivor […]
  • Hipp Celebration spotlights excellence December 1, 2018
    At the annual Celebration of Excellence, NJEA hailed the successes of public education in New Jersey. The event featured the new state teacher of the year, a public school graduate who has gone on to a career of distinction, and the recipients of grants from the NJEA Frederick L. Hipp Foundation for Excellence in Education. […] The post Hipp Celebration spot […]
  • CAWP offers “Ready to Run” December 1, 2018
    Are you interested in running for office? Do you want to learn more about running campaigns? Every year, Rutgers’ Center for American Women and Politics (CAWP) offers campaign training to help women run and win elective office at its Ready to Run program. This year, Ready to Run is scheduled for March 15-16. NJEA offers […] The post CAWP offers “Ready to Run […]