Back-To-School with “Rainbow Connection”

By Amy Moran, Ph.D. and Kate Okeson “Rainbow Connection” is the new NJEA Review column that focuses on LGBTIQ+ issues in our schools. As we prepare for our first interactions…

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Roselle FAST

Washington Elementary School’s African-American Family Event 

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Lakewood FAST

In Lakewood many families do not celebrate Halloween, so the teachers in Lakewood come together come together and decorate their trunks and fast provides the candy to give out to…

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Belleville FAST

The OnCourse Workshop Program is a support activity for the parents, guardians and students of the Belleville School District. The teacher volunteers provide hands-on training to allow the community to…

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Cherry Hill FAST

In Cherry Hill, parents, students, educators and members of the community came together for a STEM Night at John A. Carusi Middle School.

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Student Loan Debt – Frequently Asked Questions

What are the biggest things educators don’t know about their loans? Many federal student loan borrowers (including educators) do not know what type of federal student loan(s) they possess.  Loan…

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Nontenured? Know your rights and responsibilities

By May 15, all nontenured teachers must be notified of re-employment. If the school board fails to notify nontenured teachers, they are entitled to continued employment for the next year.…

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More than a name on an attendance sheet

The NJEA Review carries plenty of content over the course of a year: each month there are four to five long-treatment feature articles and nearly 20 regular columns. It’s not…

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