Exclusive: New Hopkins tracker you’ll click constantly “As the United States begins to think about reopening, schools should be at the forefront of the conversation. Not only will schools need to reopen in a way that makes every effort to protect the safety and health of students, teachers, and staff, but schools will need to […]Read More
LEGISLATIVE UPDATE – JULY 14, 2020 On July 1, two days after the legislature passed Chapter 78 relief, the governor signed it. While the binding arbitration bill has passed both houses of the legislature, we are still waiting for the subcontracting bill to be reconciled between the houses and expect that to happen […]Read More
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NJEA Statement on George Floyd, racism, and the need for anti-racist action Article from Teaching Tolerance: Teaching as Activism, Teaching as Care Teaching Materials – Black Lives Matter at School Resources for Responding to Trauma and Tragedy – Edutopia New York Times Student Opinion Request: What is Your Reaction to the Days of Protest That Have Followed the Death of George FloydRead More
PCEA Representative Council scheduled for Thursday, May 21, will be held in a virtual forum. Representatives and Local Presidents will receive an email with instructions. PCEA PAC Comedy Night Postponed to September 25. The NEA Representative Assembly scheduled for July 1 – July 7 in Atlanta will be held virtually for priority business only on July 2 and July 3. More […]Read More