West Orange teachers fight winter storm staying overnight with students

November 16, 2018

Although not an Ocean County story or even Ocean County School District, it feels great to support ALL NJ public school teachers, especially with a story like this!  Students and […]

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NJEA-endorsed candidates victorious

November 7, 2018

Original article on NJEA found here Educators help elect pro-education candidates statewide NJEA’s endorsements in federal, state and local elections helped propel pro-education candidates to widespread success on Nov 6. […]

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OCCEA Members supporting Andy Kim!

November 6, 2018

OCCEA members were joined by members from Burlington County this weekend to campaign for ANDY KIM. Taking time to stop for a picture are Marybeth Beichert, NJEA Government Relations, her […]

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Updated with Decemeber Rep Council Photos!

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  • Say NO to pension and benefit attacks! May 20, 2019
    The post Say NO to pension and benefit attacks! appeared first on New Jersey Education Association.
  • ESP bills scheduled for Thursday vote May 20, 2019
    The post ESP bills scheduled for Thursday vote appeared first on New Jersey Education Association.
  • Report: NJ schools again ranked second in nation May 20, 2019
    Schools continue to excel, but threats loom The latest U.S. News and World Report state rankings are out, and New Jersey once again has some of the best public schools in the nation, with a #2 ranking for education. NJEA President Marie Blistan congratulated NJEA members for once again elevating our public schools to national […]
  • NJEA statement on pension, benefit legislation May 16, 2019
    NJEA President Marie Blistan, Vice President Sean M. Spiller and Secretary-Treasurer Steve Beatty released this statement regarding the package of bills proposed today by Senate President Steve Sweeney: “We are reviewing today’s proposed legislation. At a first look, too many of these proposals continue to target already-struggling educators for further cuts and greater economic instability. […]
  • NJEA calls for end to exit testing May 15, 2019
    NJEA President Marie Blistan called for an end to the use of statewide standardized testing as a graduation requirement for students in New Jersey’s public schools. Testifying before the Joint Committee on Public Schools, Blistan highlighted the many flaws of statewide-standardized testing, and she specifically highlighted the negative impacts that these assessments have on historically […]

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