Atlantic County Council of Education Associations

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  • NJEA UniServ Part-time Consultant
    NJEA announces the following NJEA part-time consultant vacancy: Region 13 consultant (Hunterdon and Somerset counties) Duties Consultant assists UniServ and other NJEA staff members as assigned in: Securing and retaining local association recognition. Helping local associations to develop proposals and negotiate contracts. Helping local associations to admin […]
  • NJREA awards scholarships
    The 2018 NJREA Scholarship Committee, which includes Committee Chair Jo Ann Horvath (Sussex) and NJREA members Kathleen Collins (Somerset),  James DiGennaro (Gloucester), Anne Flora (Cape May), Catherine Gosse (Camden),  Arlene Rogers (Mercer), and Linda Young  (Atlantic), have announced the following scholarship winners. Elizabeth A. Allen Four-year College […]
  • Meet Fox 29 Top Teachers
    Fox 29 partnered with NJEA, PSEA, A.C. Moore, and the Franklin Institute to recognize some of the area’s top teachers. Five NJEA members won prize bags that included $100 A.C. Moore gift Cards. Pictured are Mike Martusus, a seventh grade social studies teacher from Helen A. Fort Middle School in Pemberton; Karen Borelli-Luke, a health […] The post Meet Fox 2 […]
  • NJEA stands with Paramus
    Mourning loss of student, colleague NJEA members stand in somber solidarity with the entire Paramus community as it comes together to cope with the tragic loss of a student and a teacher in yesterday’s crash of a school bus carrying students, parents and educators on a field trip. The teacher who died in the accident, […] The post NJEA stands with Paramus ap […]
  • TAKE ACTION: Attack on collective bargaining
    A-1851 (sponsored by Lampitt, Coughlin), which attacks collective bargaining by capping unused sick leave, is up for a hearing in the Assembly State and Local Government Committee scheduled for Wednesday, May 23. Contact the following legislators by phone and email below who serve on that committee: Vincent Mazzeo (D), Chair    (609)383-1388 Shavonda E. Sumt […]

 

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