Atlantic County Council of Education Associations

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Action Items

  • NJEA President advocates for the arts
    NJEA President Marie Blistan joined NJPTA President Rose Acerra, NJ Association of School Administrators Executive Director Richard Bozza, NJ School Boards Association Executive Director Larry Feinsod, and NJ Principals & Supervisors Association Executive Director Patricia Wright on a panel to discuss the importance of arts education during the 2017 Arts […]
  • Administrative Assistant – Legal Services
    Job Summary Under the direction of a manager or his/her designee, performs clerical, administrative and secretarial functions in the office of Legal Services in support of the NJEA’s strategic priorities. This position requires frequent exercise of independent judgment and the ability to coordinate activities among a variety of individuals both within the As […]
  • NJEA’s Position on Public Charters
    NJEA supports high-quality public charter schools as one component of an innovative, progressive system of public eduction. While no single school model can provide all the answers to the challenges faced by our public schools, public charter schools, along with magnet schools, vocational schools and traditional public schools can all play an important role […]
  • Unchartered waters: NJEA’s Dual Commitment
    In May, NJEA’s Delegate Assembly passed a motion calling for a moratorium on new charter schools and on the expansion of currently existing charter schools. Last winter the Red Bank Borough Education Association joined parents and other Red Bank residents to oppose the expansion of Red Bank Charter School. They were successful in that battle. […] The post Un […]
  • NJEA represents charter school staffs
    Charter schools are public schools operated independently from traditional school districts. When students leave their home schools for a charter school, the home school district must transfer to the charter school most of the per-pupil funding for each student. Since taking office in 2010, Gov. Chris Christie has authorized dozens of new charter schools, an […]

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