9/11 I-beam Finds a Home at Hunterdon Central High School


Statewide Campaign Training

Step up to the plate for NJEA PAC-endorsed candidates


 Second Annual Educational Gala

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N.J. Class of 2019 won’t have to pass PARCC to graduate



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Help Protect Your Pensions!

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NJEA president: “PARCC can’t be fixed.”





Tell Congress to stop the testing madness!

Frenchtown made the airways with NJ Public TV and Classroom Close-Up:



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 We need to know who is retiring this year! Click here to help.


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PROBLEMS FOR PENSION: TRENTON — Gov. Chris Christie has warned potential investors there is no guarantee the state will make its required pension payments in future years, an admission that underscores a looming financial crisis he and future governors face as retirement costs are expected to explode before the decade ends. – Read more at NJ.com

NJEA Members with Newark NJ Mayor Cory Booker at a fundraiser for Marie Corfield.


  • NJEA members invited to Rock vs. Jocks game
    The Philadelphia Soul is coming to Trenton and they want NJEA member there to cheer them on! The Soul is offering NJEA members special pricing – $30 lower level tickets for just $20! The Soul usually plays at the Wells Fargo Cneter in Philadelphia, but since the venue will be Continue reading at NJEA... […]

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