November 7th will be a pivotal election for New Jersey. From the State House to the school house, our members will be casting votes that determine the quality of our schools and the direction of our profession. While many members live and work in the same location, we often have residents in our towns […]
Please join the NJEA Sexual Orientation & Gender Identity Committee for a free brunch on November 10, 2017 from 11 am until 1 pm in Crown Ballrooms I & II at the Sheraton Hotel. Learn what NJEA resources are available to members and leaders for self-education, member education and advocacy for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender […]
The Somerset Patriots have made the playoffs and members can attend tomorrow night’s game for free – just bring a school ID/badge!
Blistan, Spiller, Beatty take office
“Our members have met with the candidates for the Senate and Assembly and we believe these endorsed candidates share our commitment to ensuring New Jersey’s public schools will continue to lead the nation and that our members will get the relief they need from the broken promises and unintended consequences of Chapter 78.” NJEA PAC […]
Educators from across the country gathered in Boston over the July 4th week to set the agenda for public education throughout the United States and the NJEA/SCEA delegates were at the forefront. It is often said that New Jersey is a force within the world of public education and it is never more apparent […]
Dan Epstein and Laura Bochner lobby for responsible public school funding in the New Jersey State House.
Congratulations to the following: NJEA President Marie Blistan NJEA Secretary-Treasurer Steve Beatty State Delegates to the 2017 NEA RA Dan Epstein Kim Edwards Dave Yastremski Theresa Fuller Andrew Coslit Kristina Fallon Tomaino State Delegate to the 2017 NEA RA for Ethnic-Minority Concerns Gayle Nelson SCEA President Steve Beatty […]
The Somerset County Education Association is thrilled to announce the election of Steve Beatty as NJEA Secretary Treasurer. While we will be sad to lose Steve as our President, we are excited to see his leadership and skills taken to the state level and look forward to him joining Marie Blistan and Sean Spiller as […]