The Living Voices Workshop was one of last year's most successful workshops and because of the … Continue Reading…
Sue McBride, BCEA President, was among the dozens of invited guests, asked to join Jim Tedesco, … Continue Reading…
From NJEA.org NJEA’s 2018 elections will again feature the option of online voting. Members may … Continue Reading…
FROM: www.NJEA.org Over 9,000 delegates attend the National Education Association … Continue Reading…
NJEA's Uniserve hosted a Coordinated Bargaining Council Meeting at the Marriott Glenpointe on … Continue Reading…
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Email your members of Congress to urge them to pass common sense gun violence prevention laws!
Email your members of Congress to urge them to protect The Dreamers: President Trump announced that the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program will end in six months unless Congress moves to protect DACA recipients and Dreamers. As many as 800,000 young people could be deported, including many students and educators. Known as Dreamers, they came to the United States as children and know no other country as home. Now is the time for a permanent legislative solution. DACA recipients and Dreamers — people brought to the United States as children — deserve the certainty and permanent protections provided by the Dream Act of 2017 (S. 1615/H.R. 3440), a bipartisan bill that includes multiple pathways to citizenship via higher education, military service, or employment. To qualify, individuals must have entered the United States as minors and have a continuous presence in the United States for four years before the date of the bill’s enactment.
Email your members of Congress to help protect the Internet! Ending net neutrality could harm students and schools by limiting access to information. Ask your member of Congress and the FCC Commissioners to support net neutrality to ensure students, educators, and schools continue to have equal access to all of the Internet.
Please take action against the PROSPER Act...it eliminates public service loan forgiveness programs, reduces loan repayment options/consolidations for students, limits the amount a student/family can borrow from the govt. for school (forcing them to go to high interest commercial loans), limits oversight of for-profit schools, and cuts funding for teacher programs!
- NJEA: Don’t arm educators“Get guns out of our schools and keep them out” NJEA President Marie Blistan released this statement in response to suggestions, in the wake of last week’s killings at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, that educators should be armed while in school: “NJEA is adamantly opposed to the idea of arming educators […] The post NJEA: Don’t a […]