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  • Assembly Labor Committee advances two bills March 20, 2018
    Support collective bargaining, equal pay The Assembly Labor Committee advanced two bills yesterday that advance the rights of working people in New Jersey.  The first, the Workplace Democracy Enhancement Act, S-2137 (Sweeney)/A-3686 (Coughlin) is a bill designed to keep unions strong by ensuring that employee organizations that are the exclusive representati […]
  • Parent and community support helps change the tide in Jersey City March 19, 2018
    Sunday afternoon, nearly 300 people descended on the Jersey City Education Association at a “Solidarity Open House” to show solidarity and support for the almost 4000 members who went on strike last Friday. Guests brought food donations for Jersey City families as well as snacks for  JCEA members to keep their energy up while out […] The post Parent and comm […]
  • Jersey City EA announces tentative agreement March 19, 2018
    Schools to open on schedule Monday Late Sunday evening, the leadership of Jersey City Education Association (JCEA) announced that they had reached a tentative agreement with the Jersey City Board of Education, following more than 20 negotiation sessions and a one-day strike on March 16. The agreement came after more than 13 hours of negotiations […] The post […]
  • 2018 Legislative Dinners March 17, 2018
    County legislative dinners are an excellent way to learn about hot educational issues, meet your state lawmakers face-to-face and share your thoughts about making public education even better. For further details, contact your county education association office, county association president or county government relations chairperson. Atlantic March 6 – The […]
  • NJEA officers on JCEA: “Unwavering support” March 16, 2018
    Time for Board of Education to listen and act to get a settlement Over 4,000 members of the Jersey City Education Association have taken a bold stand for economic justice, affordable health care and great public schools for Jersey City’s students and families. JCEA’s action follows months of fruitless attempts by the local union to […] The post NJEA officers […]
  • Students can honor school heroes March 15, 2018
    Students can honor school heroes The post Students can honor school heroes appeared first on New Jersey Education Association. […]
  • Local students win essay contest March 14, 2018
    Award-winning author Lisa Willever delivers the news in person                    Most New Jerseyans think their state is terrific, but a group of seven boys in Kim Pagano’s elementary special needs class took it to a new level:  They wrote a winning essay, answering the question, “What makes […] The post Local students win essay contest appeared first on Ne […]
  • Principal Clerk Bookkeeper – Accounting Department March 14, 2018
    NJEA announces a vacancy for a Principal Clerk Bookkeeper in the Accounting Department. JOB SUMMARY Under the supervision of a management employee or his/her designee, performs bookkeeping and other related clerical work requiring a thorough knowledge of the Association rules, regulations, policies, and procedures, and the frequent exercise of independent ju […]
  • NJEA UniServ Part-time Consultant – Region 15 (Union County) March 14, 2018
    The post NJEA UniServ Part-time Consultant – Region 15 (Union County) appeared first on New Jersey Education Association. […]
  • The power of one: Why EVERY vote matters March 14, 2018
    By Kimberly Crane The crowd in Room 101 craved fresh air and resolution as officials from the New Jersey Public Employment Relations Commission (PERC) opened ballots at the Academy of Urban Leadership Charter School (AULCS) in Perth Amboy. “Twenty-five for each side with three contested votes,” the ballot counter announced. “At the moment, we have […] The po […]