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.
- New NJEA ad campaign highlights immigrant educatorStatue of Liberty inspires her ESL students NJEA member Julia Crompton is a middle-school ESL teacher in Parsippany-Troy Hills. An immigrant herself, she came to teaching as a second career to give her students the opportunities she was given as a child. Julia’s story is powerful, but it is not unique. Across New Jersey, committed […] The post New NJEA ad […]