The Bechdel-Wallace Test

NJ’s LGBT inclusion mandate, and your school curricula  By Amy Moran, Ph.D. and Kate Okeson  Who’s writing curricula this summer?  As local school districts begin to identify which grade levels,…

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Sometimes you have to put yourself first

By Janet Royal  More than two years have passed since our lives were changed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Many of us have had to cope with uncertainty, anxiety, feelings of…

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Clarifying teacher certification rules and processes

By Camy Kobylinski As we face a global pandemic and increasing teacher shortages, it is critical to be aware of teacher certification regulations and processes. Failure to follow the complex…

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Field Advisory: NJDOE issues broadcasts on evaluation and assessment

Evaluation rubric weights and key dates On Aug. 21, 2021, the New Jersey Department of Education (NJDOE) issued a broadcast on evaluation rubric weights for the 2021-22 school year. The…

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Educators in the lead as a new school year begins

By Richard Wilson Since the time of Aesop, there has been some version of the old proverb about necessity being the mother of invention. If that is true, this school…

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What we’ve learned

… and how it paves the way for a brighter future for NJ public schools and students by Michael Cohan NJEA is an organization that learns. Its members both drive…

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