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- Attack on collective bargaining in higher education June 18, 2018The post Attack on collective bargaining in higher education appeared first on New Jersey Education Association. […]
- Stop the backdoor voucher program! June 18, 2018The post Stop the backdoor voucher program! appeared first on New Jersey Education Association. […]
- Stop the Camden schools takeover! June 17, 2018The post Stop the Camden schools takeover! appeared first on New Jersey Education Association. […]
- NJEA statement on Trenton shooting June 17, 2018On Saturday, 17 people were shot and at least five others were injured in a mass shooting at a Trenton art festival. One of the suspected shooters was killed. Some of the victims remain in critical condition. NJEA released this statement of solidarity with the Trenton community and in determination to change the culture of […] The post NJEA statement on Tr […]
- Keeping history alive June 15, 2018On Saturday, June 9, students and teachers from Yorkship Family School in Camden, along with parents and other volunteers, gathered at the Camden County Boathouse on the Cooper River to launch a series of hand-built boats. After a celebratory chant of “I built a boat,” students took turns launching and paddling their own creations on […] The post Keeping his […]
- TAKE ACTION: Bill attacking collective bargaining moves through key committee June 15, 2018A-1851 (sponsored by Lampitt, Coughlin), which attacks collective bargaining by capping payments for unused sick leave, sailed unanimously through the Assembly State and Local Government Committee. Contact your member of the Assembly below and tell them to OPPOSE A-1851! This is a direct attack on collective bargaining! The post TAKE ACTION: Bill attacking c […]
- Celebrate the Class of 2018 at i-Play America June 14, 2018i-Play America is offering a special package deal Friday, June 29, from 5-9 pm or the Class of 2018 and their families. Unlimited rides or power play at a big discount! See attached for details. Choose from two great packages: $20.18 A VALUE OF $44.99 OPTION A Unlimited rides $10 Game card $5 Food voucher* […] The post Celebrate the Class of 2018 at i-Play A […]
- NJEA LOBBY DAYS: Help make sure our students and schools have what they need June 14, 2018Save the dates! June 21, 25, 28 – Potential lobby days in the statehouse The end of June is budget season. Join us as we lobby for a budget that supports our students, our schools, and our profession. Never attended a lobby day before? Lobby days usually begin at 10 a.m. in NJEA Headquarters, 180 […] The post NJEA LOBBY DAYS: Help make sure our students and […]
- Somerset County EA hosts first annual Family Funfest June 13, 2018The lemonade flowed and the bouncy house generators hummed during the first annual Somerset County Education Association (SCEA) Family Funfest on Jun 9 at TD Bank Ballpark – home of the Somerset Patriots. Over 700 community members and their families joined the SCEA executive officers at the event for a day of activities, food, and […] The post Somerset Coun […]
- Murphy signs gun-safety legislation June 13, 2018NJEA-supported bills will make schools safer Gov. Phil Murphy signed a package of gun-safety bills today that will help make New Jersey schools and communities safer. The new laws add a number of safeguards, including limiting the amount of ammunition guns can hold and the destructive power of that ammunition. They also close a loophole […] The post Murphy s […]
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- Attack on collective bargaining in higher education June 18, 2018
- Districts love laptops but ignore their ergonomicsDistricts are buying laptops by the cartful but doing little to ensure that staff and students are using them ergonomically. The design of laptops violates a basic ergonomic requirement for a computer, namely that the keyboard and screen should be separated so they can each be located in the right place. Using a laptop forces […] The post Districts love lap […]