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Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Lessons and resources for your 5-12 science learners that describe the cyclical event of El Nino and how it affects global weather, agriculture, and the spread of disease.

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Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Wednesday, November 25, 2015 has been designated as an additional Jeans Day!

Jeans my be worn with a minimum $3 donation towards the NBEA Scholarship Fund. Please check with your building reps to find out where donations will be collected.

The NBEA Scholarship Fund awards to monetary scholarships to two (2) graduating seniors from New Brunswick High School.

You support is greatly appreciated.

Friday, November 20, 2015

A prolific collection of interactive resources for K-12 across the curriculum. From lessons to homework help to professional development, this resource is an educator's must have.

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Thursday, November 19, 2015

It’s been 13 years since the failed No Child Left Behind Act kick-started the nation’s standardized test obsession.  It’s time for a new way.  Educators, parents, and students across New Jersey have demanded that state leaders roll back unfair standardized testing that narrows the curriculum and diverts time and resources away from learning.

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Wednesday, November 18, 2015

As a result of a contribution from NJEA, the New Jersey Commission on Holocaust Education is able to coordinate a trip for educators to the infamous sites of the Holocaust, Tuesday, July 14 to Tuesday, July 29. The total grant will be utilized to provide partial scholarships to members for their participation. Participants will travel to Germany, the Czech Republic, Poland and Holland. Learn more and register

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On National ESP Day, the New Jersey Education Association (NJEA) celebrates the work and achievements of its 54,000 members who are Educational Support Professionals (ESPs) in our state’s public schools.  ESPs include secretaries, bus drivers, paraprofessionals, lunch aides, security guards, custodians, maintenance workers, and computer technicians among a host of other job categories.

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