NJEA honors achievement at ESP Conference

Kimberly Scott-Hayden honored as ESP of the Year At the NJEA Educational Support Professionals (ESP) Conference, held virtually on Feb. 6, Kimberly Scott-Hayden was honored as the 2021 NJEA Educational…

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Cyberbullying concerns for students during the pandemic

How remote learning, increased screen time, and a considerable decrease in socialization affects students By Janet L. Royal By the time you read this article, we will have had more…

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Women’s History Month 2021: Resources for Rebel Girls

By Sarah Reichenbecher, English teacher at Colts Neck High School, President of Freehold Regional HS Education Association, and the Monmouth County representative for the NJEA Women in Education Committee. March,…

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Celebrate the history of International Women’s Day, Mar. 8

By Dana Lakins, Joyce Kilmer School, Mercer County, NJEA Women in Education and Aida Wahba, Somerville High School, Somerset County, NJEA Women in Education This year’s theme for International Women’s Day…

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NJEA President Marie Blistan addresses the NJEA Equity Alliance Weekend. The conference was held virtually.

Marking the pandemic anniversary with a story of hope

This month marks one year from the beginning of the global pandemic that has upended all of our lives. Over the past year, we have struggled to find new ways…

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Pandemic Relief fund

Pandemic Relief Fund available to members At its May 2020 meeting, the NJEA Delegate Assembly approved the use of unused funds from the previously scheduled 2020 NJEA conferences to establish…

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