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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!


First Annual Educational Gala

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.


Welcome to the official home of the Hunterdon County Education Association The Hunterdon County Education Association is comprised of educators who want to make a positive difference in the learning experiences of our youth.  Our organization works hand-in-hand with over thirty local associations to support teachers as they strive to do what they do best: to effectively teach the concepts most vital to our students’ future success.


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

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


  • Tell Congress to roll back high-stakes testing
    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 Continue reading at NJEA... […]

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