Certification fee holiday announced 

By Camy Kobylinski  In July, Gov. Phil Murphy and the New Jersey Department of Education (NJDOE) announced a certification fee holiday through June 2024. The holiday allows novice teachers as…

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NJEA statement on State of the State address

NJEA’s officers, President Sean M. Spiller, Vice President Steve Beatty and Secretary-Treasurer Petal Robertson, released this statement following Gov. Phil Murphy’s 2024 State of the State address today: “Gov. Murphy’s…

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NJEA elections calendar 2024 

Under the NJEA Constitution and Bylaws, the Rules for NJEA Elections, and the established rules and procedures of the NJEA Elections Committee, the following are the tentative deadlines and other…

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NJEA mourns Vince Giordano

NJEA is mourning the passing of former NJEA Executive Director Vince Giordano on Dec. 5. Giordano served as executive director for the final six years of a 43+ year NJEA…

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Implementing inclusive curricula

How can K-5 teachers integrate the Amistad, Holocaust and Diversity/Inclusion mandates in daily instruction?  The Atlantic County Council of Education Associations (ACCEA), in partnership with local nonprofit AC Ed Equity,…

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NJEA members push pro-education candidates across the finish line

In a definitive win for pro-public education candidates across New Jersey, more than 96% of NJEA PAC-endorsed Senate candidates and nearly 90% of endorsed Assembly candidates won their election. Additionally,…

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NJEA condemns terrorism

We are saddened and horrified by the deadly terrorist attacks on Israel by Hamas. Terrorism is always wrong. We continue to mourn the loss of civilian lives. We recognize that…

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