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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  • NJEA lauds Murphy State of the State address January 15, 2020
    NJEA’s officers, President Marie Blistan, Vice President Sean M. Spiller and Secretary-Treasurer Steve Beatty, applauded Gov. Phil Murphy’s State of the State address today, releasing the following statement: “Gov. Murphy continues to lay out a progressive, pro-worker, pro-New Jersey vision for the future.  Two years in, we are beginning to see the results of that […]
  • Small actions make a big difference January 13, 2020
    By Matthew Stagliano Last year, NJEA members from local associations in every county worked together to fight for our students and for the future of our profession. As more members become involved in their local, county and statewide associations, our union becomes stronger. As our union grows in strength, it becomes better equipped to support […]
  • Legislature sneaks in P2P vote on last day of session January 13, 2020
    Gov. Murphy asked to use veto power Legislative leaders used the chaos of the last few days of the recent Lame Duck session to push through a bill intended to create a permanent Path to “Progress” (Poverty!) panel that would be charged, among other things, with investigating and making recommendations about the cost of public […]
  • NJREA celebrates a century of advocacy January 13, 2020
    The New Jersey Retirees’ Education Association was founded on January 13, 1920 to serve as a voice for retired educators. In the century since then, NJREA members have been advocates and activists for students, their fellow educators and New Jersey’s great public schools. Volunteering their time and talents in retirement, they have strengthened our union […]
  • There is no place for hate in New Jersey January 10, 2020
    The New Jersey Education Association’s (NJEA) Delegate Assembly stands in solidarity with Jewish Americans and all persons of diverse religious beliefs in light of recent anti-Semitic violence and murder in Jersey City, New Jersey and Monsey, New York. Sadly, these are not isolated incidents. Reports of violence against individuals and groups based on their religion […]


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