NJREA celebrates a century of advocacy

The New Jersey Retirees’ Education Association was founded on January 13, 1920 to serve as a voice for retired educators. In the century since then, NJREA members have been advocates and activists for students, their fellow educators and New Jersey’s great public schools. Volunteering their time and talents in retirement, they have strengthened our union and our profession immeasurably. Please join all 200,000 NJEA members in celebrating these dedicated advocates!

 If you haven’t seen it already, check out this fantastic article in the January NJEA Review, which outlines NJREA’s achievements, awards and all the ways we are making a difference in public education.

If you’d like to be part of the formal NJREA centennial celebration on May 3, click here for information about tickets.

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