Please join Laura Bochner, Dan Epstein, and Steve Beatty (so far) at a rally to support Laura’s local, the South Bound Brook Education Association (flyer attached). Working all year without a contract we are looking for support in a rally for about an hour at 6:00 pm tomorrow, April 13th outside our one and only […]
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We have another battle on our hands. The Bound Brook BOE is attempting to privatize their paraprofessionals. Thirty people who have dedicated their careers to helping our students most in need risk losing their jobs. The Basking Ridge BOE is also attempting to outsource paraprofessional positions to less experienced, non-Association labor. While Bound Brook wants […]
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NJEA members lead huge election victory NJEA PAC-endorsed candidates score upsets Published on Wednesday, November 4, 2015 Following a strong campaign supported by NJEA members making phone calls and knocking on doors, Joann Downey and Eric Houghtaling are the first Democrats to represent Legislative District 11 in Monmouth County since 1991. Here they are congratulated […]
Join the Essex County Education Association on July 30 at 9:30 AM to rally outside Chris Christie’s presidential announcement at Livingston High School. Click the link for details and to register! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/chris-christie-truth-to-power-pop-up-rally-hosted-by-the-essex-county-education-association-tickets-16430462957
Somerset County teachers, school employees pressure local legislators to demand full pension funding Hundreds of active and retired teachers and school employees from across Somerset County rallied outside of Assemblyman Jack Ciattarelli and Senator Christopher “Kip” Bateman’s Somerville offices on Monday to draw attention to the state’s failure to fully fund public employee […]
State releases evaluation data 97.3 percent rated effective or higher NJEA president Wendell Steinhauer released the following statement in response to the report released today by the New Jersey Department of Education showing that 97.3 percent of New Jersey teacher met or exceeded expectations under the new AchieveNJ evaluation system: “It is encouraging, but not […]
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