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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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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 🔑 #PrideInPublicEducation #WEareNJEA
  • #BackToSchool #WEareNJEA
  • 💪 #LaborDay #UnionStrong #WEareNJEA

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  • NJEA statement on George Floyd, racism, and the need for anti-racist action June 1, 2020
    “Like so many Americans, we have experienced waves of emotion this week following the brutal murder of yet another African-American man, George Floyd. It is impossible to see the video […] The post NJEA statement on George Floyd, racism, and the need for anti-racist action appeared first on New Jersey Education Association.
  • New Blistan op-ed calls for Ch. 78 relief to help schools and educators May 28, 2020
    NJEA President Marie Blistan has published a new op-ed in InsiderNJ commending Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin for his proposal to allow borrowing to stabilize the state’s budget, but also calling […] The post New Blistan op-ed calls for Ch. 78 relief to help schools and educators appeared first on New Jersey Education Association.
  • Ask the Assembly to act today May 26, 2020
    The post Ask the Assembly to act today appeared first on New Jersey Education Association.
  • Jefferson Twp. third graders Zoom with mayor to learn about local government May 26, 2020
    By Maryellen McLeod, Jefferson Twp. Education Association The teachers of White Rock School in Jefferson put together a great Zoom experience with Mayor Eric Wilsusen. After learning about local government […] The post Jefferson Twp. third graders Zoom with mayor to learn about local government appeared first on New Jersey Education Association.
  • Delegate Assembly to consider bylaw amendments May 25, 2020
    Proposals boost hours used to determine part-time members, adjust dues calculation based on date a new member joins, and add three committees to NJEA standing committees At its June 10, […] The post Delegate Assembly to consider bylaw amendments appeared first on New Jersey Education Association.

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