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Thursday, July 2, 2015

Scholar Athletes
NJEA and News 12 New Jersey honored 30 of New Jersey’s top graduating seniors at the 18th Annual Scholar Athletes Award Luncheon on June 13 at Pines Manor in Edison. Wallington High School graduate Joshua Harris emerged as the 2015 NJEA News 12 New Jersey Scholar Athlete of the Year and $5,000 NJEA scholarship winner.

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Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Supported by local architechts, this set of online resources can help K-5 students gain appreciation of their built environment and the buildings, towns, and cities that make it up.

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Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Livingston Rally
They came by bus, by car, on bikes and on foot, filling the horizon as they marched. No matter how they got there, well over one thousand New Jersey residents descended upon the Livingston High School today for one common purpose: to tell the nation the truth about Gov. Chris Christie.

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More than 1,000 lesson plans designed to introduce students to life science, ecology, wildlife biology, scientific identification and observation. All lesson plans are aligned to the National Science Education Standards.

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New Jersey Education Association President Wendell Steinhauer released the following statement regarding Gov. Chris Christie’s announced presidential campaign:“Running New Jersey is a full-time job, and New Jersey residents deserve a full-time governor. “We face big problems in this state. Our credit rating is a disaster.  Our unemployment rate is high. Our economic growth is slow. Our infrastructure is crumbling. Our pensions are in crisis. Our schools are underfunded.  And now our governor has abandoned the job he has to campaign for the job he really wants.

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Monday, June 29, 2015

By large margins, the New Jersey Senate and Assembly passed a concurrent resolution today urging Gov. Christie to make the state’s FY2016 pension payment early, which would allow the fund to earn interest on the payment throughout the year. The resolution passed the Senate 25-14, while it breezed through the Assembly by a vote of 45-6, though 18 Republicans abstained from voting.

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