New Jersey Education Association
The New Jersey Education Association is turning up the heat with a new media blitz starting Thursday
The New Jersey Education Association announced it will no longer work with Gov. Christie’s Pension and Benefits Study Commission until the administration catches up with fund payments it agreed to four years ago.
“He’s short again on the law he signed, so we are taking him to court for the third time, with plenty of notice,” says Wendell Steinhauer, president of the New Jersey Education Association.
Judge Mary Jacobson has scheduled a hearing for June 25th, five days before New Jersey, by law, must adopt a new budget.
By Paul Kurtz CHERRY HILL, N.J. (CBS) — The first day of school at Mann Elementary School in Cherry Hill was a memorable one today for students as they received a visit from Phillies’ outfielder […]
The New Jersey public teachers union has canceled its annual convention for the first time in 158 years because of Sandy.
Legislation has been introduced in Trenton to enhance what is considered the nation’s strongest anti-bullying law by speeding up the penalty process when adults are involved.
A ruling Tuesday from the New Jersey Supreme Court orders the state to spend more money on the poorest school districts despite Governor Chris Christie’s efforts to balance the budget.
During a national education forum in Washington yesterday, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie took the state teachers union to task for blocking reforms he seeks to make.
New Jersey governor Chris Christie has sent the state legislature a seven-bill package aimed at reforming education in the Garden State, with the emphasis on teacher performance and local control.
In an exclusive one-on-one interview with Eyewitness News, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie placed the blame for education failures in the Garden State squarely on the primary teachers’ union – the New Jersey Education Association.
In New York, at a forum sponsored by the Brookings Institute, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie talked about his commitment to changing tenure rules in public schools.
Governor Chris Christie is appointing a seven-member task force that’s expected to come up with results by mid-August.