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Monday, May 2, 2016

U.S. News & World Report released its rankings for the top high schools in the country. Five of those schools represented in the Top 100 are located in New Jersey. Learn more

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TEA Rally
The Trenton Education Association is calling on community organizations fighting for urban public education, former Abbott districts, and other allies for public education to join them at a rally in Trenton on May 15 to tell the state, Gov. Christie, and all New Jersey elected officials that it is time for them to follow the law and adequately fund our urban public schools.

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Thursday, April 28, 2016

Professional Development

NJCore Advocates is a grassroots movement affiliated with Student Achievement Partners. It is looking to provide professional development that is designed to take actions based on evidence that substantially improves student achievement. Its goal is to provide professional development that educators in New Jersey need. You can help reach this goal by completing a brief survey.

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On May 4, the State Board of Education will have open topic testimony. This is your chance to testify on any topic of concern to public education, especially about graduation requirements, PARCC/testing and evaluation. It is critical that board members hear from NJEA members about what’s happening in schools.

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Wednesday, April 27, 2016

School employees and other public employees have committed their lives to public service with the expectation that their pensions would be available when they retire. Unfortunately, the state's failure to pay its share of pension system funding for the last decade has threatened this retirement security. Amending the state Constitution is the only way to ensure that the state meets its pension obligations. Contact your legislators and urge them to support the resolution to place this matter in the hands of the voters this November.

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NJEA members have elected state and county representatives to the NJEA Executive Committee, NJEA Delegate Assembly (and Alternates), and NEA Representative Assembly in some counties and units, as well as some county association offices. Click through for complete election results.

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