NJ educator: “I don’t know who else but the union can help us get back on track.”
State New Jersey
Karen, a Michigan educator, and Joyce, a retired social worker from New Jersey, are standing up for union members and working families across the country.
NJ charter school educators band together to create a stronger voice for students.
Unions give educators at charter schools a stronger voice to advocate for students
By popular demand – More governors selling out students and schools.
Christie seeks to break law he championed and raid educators’, public employees’ pensions
As politicians try to balance budget shortfalls by withholding or cutting payments to the pensions of educators and other public employees, affected workers are turning to the courts to prevent lawmakers from walking away from their legal obligations.
This week we talk about the class size campaign in WA, changes to teacher evaluations in CT, MT applauds Sen. Tester’s bill to increase nurses in schools and we feature video of NEA President Dennis Van Roekel at a school improvement rally in NJ.
This week we talk about teacher evaluations in CT, an upcoming NJ lobby day, how you can get involved in the IL Fair Tax fight and feature an article from WI on what families can learn from teachers’ unions.
Highlighting the proposed 2015 budget in MA, new investments in early childhood education in CT, the Belleville school board in NJ attempting to intimidate educators and community members and a video wrapup of community service grant projects in IL.