July 1, 2019

Welcome to our new website! We are looking to create a one-stop resource for your union needs.

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Health Insurance Plans

July 1, 2019

Members, check today that you have your new insurance and prescription cards. The vision and dental plans did not change. If you need more information about the new health insurance plans, please click here: Summary of Benefits and Coverage Active Government | NJ Division of Pensions & Benefits

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  • Dozens of Bound Brook Education Association (BBEA) educators, parents and community members attended the Bound Brook Board of Education meeting  tonight to express their frustration and demand change. The Bound Brook School District is experiencing an exodus of experienced teachers and administrators. In addition to the nearly 50% of staff being brand new or non-tenured, six more resignations were tendered tonight. Hey, BOE: Workplace climate matters. Respect for your employees matters and these things start at the top. #YouKnowWhatToDo #EducationDeservesBetter #ItsAboutRespect #UnionStrong
  • As part of their PRIDE project, the Pennsville Education Association participated in the Pennsville Septemberfest Parade yesterday. They shared the Keys to Success with the community ๐Ÿ”‘ #PrideInPublicEducation #WEareNJEA
  • #BackToSchool #WEareNJEA
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  • Visit NJEA Together and connect with colleagues, resources, and facts March 28, 2020
    Educators are collaborators, and now, more than ever, NJEA members are reaching out to connect, share their experiences and best practices with remote instruction, and find ways to meet their studentsโ€™ needs, whether that be by ensuring access to food, identifying creative outlets, or just supporting them and their families through a challenging time. ย  […]
  • NJEA guidance on assessment, evaluation and COVID-19 March 28, 2020
    A message from NJEA President Marie Blistan As we continue to practice social distancing and remote learning across New Jersey, NJEA is monitoring a number of issues related to the unusual circumstances in which we find ourselves working. Many members are rightly concerned about how things like standardized testing and evaluation will be handled this […]
  • Unprecedented times in education March 27, 2020
    By Angel Boose, 3rd grade teacher, City of East Orange Like almost every other district in the state, the school employees in East Orange Public Schools watched the increase in the number of COVID-19 cases and wondered how โ€“ and when โ€“ it would affect their community. By March 13, we knew that our district […]
  • The virtual health offices of NJ certified school nurses are open March 27, 2020
    By Robin Cogan and Eileen Gavin New Jersey certified school nurses are working throughout the state to keep our students safe, healthy and ready to learn from our virtual health offices. Our buildings may be closed, but we are actively working for our individual school districts by collaborating, cooperating, and consulting with our school staff, […]
  • Hillsborough mayor supports online learning with a read-along March 27, 2020
    By Henry Goodhue, president of the Hillsborough Education Association The Hillsborough Education Association (HEA) has always prided itself on being โ€œThe HEArt of the Community.โ€ Close to half of our more than 1,000 members proudly call Hillsborough home. This community knows and trusts our members and schools to educate their children. The HEA is proud […]


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