Covid-19 Resources for members

In response to frequently asked questions, NJEA has compiled resources with respect to the COVID-19, particularly the ways in which containment measures may affect school district operations, the delivery of…

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Beyond Covid-19 Challenges in our teaching profession

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By John Grimaldi, Vice President, Hopewell Valley Education Association COVID-19 has created numerous challenges for the teaching profession in New Jersey, but it has also shown the public what we…

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866 Aid-NJEA

Your NJEA helpline – Confidential, Accessible, and Resourceful NJEA, NJREA and NJEA Preservice members and their families can contact AID-NJEA at 866-AID-NJEA (866-243-6532). This confidential, toll-free help line, based out…

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Calling the Assembly to post and pass Ch. 78

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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…

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Njea convention 2020 virtual

Event will feature online professional learning for educators The 2020 New Jersey Education Association Convention, scheduled for Nov. 5-6, will be held remotely, NJEA announced today. Following extensive consideration of…

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NJEA Learning Together

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NJEA has begun an ad campaign on TV and online to highlight the amazing work of NJEA members in all job categories during this Covid-19 pandemic. Featuring real photos and…

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Ask the Assembly to act today

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Bills more important than ever Last month, the Senate passed the Ch. 78 Relief and ESP Job Justice bills that NJEA members have been advocating for over the last two…

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