Using google slides

By Laurie Floyd One of the many challenges teachers have had since March 2020, is how to take our existing assignments, assessments and projects and make them work in the…

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Take Action

  Take Action: Urge the federal government to grant NJ’s assessment waiver request         New Jersey’s public school students and staff have been making the best of…

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Read across America Free books..

To celebrate #NationalReadingMonth, we've partnered with @ReadWithMalcolm - founded by #Superbowl Champ @MalcolmJarod - to provide FREE books and reading kits for YOU and your students! Check it out. Tag a friend. Let's Read! Visit njea.org/ranj to sign up…

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Take action on Assessment Waiver

Support the NJDOE’s Assessment Waiver Application After hearing from over 10,000 New Jersey Education Association members and parents, the New Jersey Department of Education (NJDOE) plans to submit an assessment…

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Budget address reaction from NJEA Leadership

NJEA’s officers, President Marie Blistan, Vice President Sean M. Spiller and Secretary-Treasurer Steve Beatty, issued this statement following Gov. Phil Murphy’s budget address today: “We applaud Gov. Murphy’s strong, progressive…

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Pandemic PE

Teaching goal-setting  in a challenging time By Meghan Radimer As an elementary physical education and health teacher, one of the most important skills I have had to master is learning how…

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NJEA learning

https://learning.njea.org/advocacy-tools-for-fair-evaluation-and-sgos/?utm_source=WhatCountsEmail&utm_medium=NJEA%20MainActive%20Members&utm_campaign=COVID-19%20Update   Update on conditions that are affected by Coronavirus pre-existing conditions. https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/need-extra-precautions/people-with-medical-conditions.html

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