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- NJEA: Latest school shooting demands action February 14, 2018“Epidemic of gun violence against children must stop” NJEA members reacted with sadness and anger today as reports emerged of a mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. NJEA President Marie Blistan released this statement: “We mourn today with the families and loved ones of those killed in today’s horrific shooting […] The […]
- Bring your innovative ideas to life! February 13, 2018Grant opportunities for NJ public school employees The NJEA Frederick L. Hipp Foundation for Excellence in Education makes it possible for public school employees to receive grants that will help them bring creative ideas to life. The only foundation of its kind in New Jersey, the Hipp Foundation supports initiatives to promote excellence in education. […] T […]
- Healthy Schools Now: Murphy has opportunity to fix crumbling facilities February 13, 2018After years of neglect, students in struggling schools have reason to hope Gov. Murphy has inherited a school construction and repair crisis. Students across New Jersey attend schools that are unsafe, outdated and in urgent need of repair or replacement. NJEA has long urged the Schools Development Authority, the state agency charged with ensuring our […] The […]
- Lois Yukna recognized for innovative program February 12, 2018Former ESP of the YEAR highlighted by NEA When Lois Yukna was a school bus driver in Middlesex County, N.J., her job was to take students to school. But as a school attendance officer, it’s to make sure they stay there. If you meet Lois even briefly, you’ll understand within a couple minutes that given her passion for students and […] The post Lois Yukna rec […]
- Hackettstown EA uses Pride grant to host a career day February 12, 2018Using an NJEA Pride in Public Education grant, the Hackettstown Education Association (HEA) hosted a career day for the students at Hackettstown Middle School on Feb. 8. Every student in grades 5-8 had the opportunity to talk with parent and community volunteers about their chosen professions. Students whose family members volunteered joined them before the […]
- Grammar Police get to work February 7, 2018“Grammar Gurus” Sue Shrott (left) and Sue Whelan prepare their red pens and await the start of the NJREA Editorial Committee meeting. Shrott, Whelan, and their fellow committee members Miriam Reichenbach (chair), Linda Bruno, Mary Lou Lucas, Mary Stubbs, and Loretta Vogel meet and work each quarter to edit the NJREA Newsletter before it goes […] The post Gr […]
- The faces of inadequate school funding February 7, 2018Freehold Borough finally building—but continues to fall behind By Kathryn Coulibaly Visit any of Freehold Borough’s three schools, and you’ll have all the evidence you need to know that it is a dangerously overcrowded district. Cubbies for students’ belongings compete for space with computer carts in the hallways. Locker doors swing open because the locks [… […]
- Hey high school students! Say it with your pen and win Summer Jam tickets February 6, 2018NJEA and Hot 97 are sponsoring a student essay contest open to all New Jersey public high school students. “Say It With Your Pen” is a chance to spotlight a teacher or educational support professional who has impacted your life. Students are encouraged to write a short essay about a school employee who has had […] The post Hey high school students! Say it wi […]
- Administrative Assistant – UniServ Region 21 (Livingston) February 6, 2018NJEA announces a vacancy for an administrative assistant in the Region 21 Livingston office. Job Summary Under the direction of a management employee or his/her designee carries out assignments varied in nature, requiring expertise in all secretarial and clerical skills as well as a thorough knowledge of the regulations, policies, and procedures of the Asso […]
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- Schools now required to have alarms for deadly carbon monoxideLast September, New Jersey became the sixth state to require schools to install carbon monoxide (CO) alarms in the immediate vicinity of all fuel-burning appliances. Carbon monoxide is an odorless, colorless and tasteless gas that is a product of combustion and the leading cause of accidental poisoning in the U.S. Requiring alarms has the potential […] The p […]