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  • Summer meals for NJ kids June 18, 2019
    With the school year winding down, organizations across New Jersey are gearing up to serve fresh, healthy summer meals to children and teens in communities across the state. Funded through the USDA, these meals must meet USDA nutritional guidelines, which call for balanced foods that contain low salt and sugar and whole grains. This summer, […] The post Summ […]
  • Teacher Appreciation Night at the Mann June 18, 2019
    This summer, celebrates educators with Teacher Appreciation Night, taking place July 23 at Rachmaninoff in the Park with The Philadelphia Orchestra. Use offer code TEACHERSRACH when you purchase a pair of tickets to the concert and receive two for the price of one. Offer not valid on terrace or lawn sections. Offer valid until July […] The post Teacher Appre […]
  • Strengthening Teaching, Leading, and Learning: A Symposium June 18, 2019
    As educational leaders, we think about change, how it will impact our responsibilities, and the leadership we will provide to advance performance and achievement of students and staff. With a leadership team from your school or district, plan to join the commissioner, assistant commissioners, NJ Department of Education directors, and leaders of your associat […]
  • Nominate a local association for bargaining excellence June 18, 2019
    A local association that has demonstrated excellence in collective bargaining will be honored with the 2019 Jim George Collective Bargaining Award at the NJEA Jim George Collective Bargaining Summit on Oct. 25-26 at the Doubletree in Somerset. Those nominated will also be recognized. Criteria A local qualifies for nomination by meeting one or more of […] The […]
  • Young People’s Concert Series June 18, 2019
    Looking for some FREE Summer Fun? The Mann Center for the performing Arts in Philadelphia is pleased to offer a free Young People’s Concert Series. Young People’s Concert Series events are presented free of charge and provide culturally diverse performing arts programs accessible to students grades K – 12 and families in an informal atmosphere. Events […] Th […]
  • UniServ Field Representative – Region 29 (Higher Ed) June 17, 2019
    NJEA announces a vacancy for a UniServ Field Representative in the Region 29 Trenton office (Higher Ed). Higher education experience preferred. Duties Provide UniServ service in the following areas: Coordination of NJEA-NEA resources into local associations, including professional development, instructional improvement and human relations Negotiation service […]
  • NJEA, CWA unite to advocate for public employees June 13, 2019
    Despite the ongoing threat of rain, more than 1,000 NJEA and NJREA members from around the state descended upon Trenton today to join the Communications Workers of America (CWA) in a rally to compel the Legislature to pass a fair and responsible budget which would include a Millionaires Tax.  The CWA organized the rally to […] The post NJEA, CWA unite to adv […]
  • Old Bridge Paraprofessionals and Special Education Parents: One Family June 12, 2019
    The Old Bridge Education Association (OBEA) and the Special Education Parent Teachers Association (SEPTA) of Old Bridge joined together on June 9th for a Family Fun Day at Lombardi Field in Old Bridge.  The day provided an afternoon of activities and entertainment for the students and families of Old Bridge’s special education community. OBEA paraprofessiona […]
  • Gov. Murphy champions expansion of pre-k programs in New Jersey June 12, 2019
     Announces creation of early childhood division within DOE Gov. Phil Murphy visited the Acelero Learning Center in New Brunswick on June 6 to showcase his administration’s commitment to funding pre-K through 12 education. Murphy’s Fiscal Year 2020 budget prioritizes early childhood education with an increase of $68 million to improve existing preschool progr […]
  • Franklin Lakes members reach contract agreement June 11, 2019
    Following a one-day strike and a late night mediation session, the Franklin Lakes Education Association has agreed to a contract with the Franklin Lakes Board of Education, ensuring that schools will open as normal this morning.  NJEA’s officers, President Marie Blistan, Vice President Sean M. Spiller and Secretary-Treasurer Steve Beatty, issued this stateme […]