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Send this Email to STOP "Back Door Vouchers"...instead of giving students vouchers that take money from tax payers and giving it to private/religious schools that have no accountability, now the Legislature wants to give vouchers TO the religious schools to PAY for their teachers at tax payer expense!
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Send this email: A re-vote on the Farm bill is still expected. House Majority Whip Steve Scalise has floated June 22, but it may very well come up earlier. Please contact your House members one more time and ask them to oppose drastic cuts to SNAP that hurt working families and jeopardize free school meals for as many as 265,000 students.
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Send this email: NJ A-1851 (sponsored by Lampitt, Coughlin), which attacks collective bargaining by capping payments for unused sick leave, sailed unanimously through the Assembly State and Local Government Committee on Wednesday. Contact your member of the Assembly below and tell them to OPPOSE A-1851! This is a direct attack on collective bargaining! Over 1600 NJEA Members have sent their email...what about YOU?
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- Stakeholder Perspectives on PARCCOn April 27, 2018, New Jersey Commissioner of Education Dr. Lamont Repollet and the New Jersey Department of Education (NJDOE) released a statewide broadcast calling for public input to inform New Jersey’s next generation of statewide assessments. This broadcast marked the first step of the transition away from PARCC, or Partnership for Assessment of Readine […]