Traditional responsibilities of negotiating contracts and handling member concerns are common roles for a teacher’s education association. In reality, our responsibility includes much more, including providing the best education possible for our students. Accomplishing this involves working with the entire community to create programs that meet the needs of students while ensuring that our members have the training, support and resources to educate today’s children. Therefore, we describe our mission as one of educating and advocating on behalf of the students and staff of Mount Laurel.
- NJEA calls for immediate relief for ‘super-growth’ districts, full funding for all public schoolsEnough politics, it’s time for solutions NJEA’s elected officers, President Wendell Steinhauer, Vice President Marie Blistan and Secretary-Treasurer Sean M. Spiller, called on the Legislature today to fully fund the state’s public schools according to the School Funding Reform Act of 2008 (SFRA) and to provide immediate relief for underfunded districts for t […]