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
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  • Beatty, Swetsky help kick-off historic Amistad Journey February 28, 2020
    NJEA-funded program will provide immersive learning experience for educators  NJEA Secretary-Treasurer Steve Beatty and NJEA Executive Director Steve Swetsky joined New Jersey Commissioner of Education Dr. Lamont Repollet today to help kick-off the Amistad Journey program. NJEA is a primary sponsor of the program, which will give educators the chance to travel to historic sites […]
  • Coronavirus guidance for NJEA members February 28, 2020
    In recent days, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has issued guidance on how to slow or prevent the spread of COVID-2019, commonly known as Coronavirus, with special emphasis on measures that schools can take to protect students and staff. You can read the CDC information and guidance on Coronavirus here and special information for […]
  • Murphy budget: record funding for education, pensions February 25, 2020
    Gov. Phil Murphy gave his budget address today, outlining a spending plan that prioritizes the needs of students in our public schools as well as the well-being of New Jersey’s working families. NJEA’s officers, President Marie Blistan, Vice President Sean M. Spiller and Secretary-Treasurer Steve Beatty released this statement supporting the budget and praising the […]
  • NJEA supports millionaires tax, additional pension funding February 24, 2020
    Sweeney proposal would add much-needed revenue to state budget NJEA released this statement regarding Senate President Sweeney’s declaration this weekend that he supports a millionaires tax, as well as additional funding for the New Jersey pension systems. “We thank Senator Sweeney for his efforts to live up to the state’s obligation to make up for […]
  • Playing it forward for Earth month February 20, 2020
    Students reap enduring life lessons By Bronna Lipton, Michela Piccoline, Kristen Lindstrom, Jamie Drucker, Sarah Samuels and Katherine Santos How does a collection of gently used plastic toys bring schools, students, teachers and parents together? New Jersey schools are discovering the answer by partnering with Second Chance Toys, a charitable nonprofit that promotes collections of […]


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