In case you missed it, here’s a round-up of the articles written about the 2011 NJEA Convention.
Live Q&A with Diane Ravitch from the NJEA Convention, nj.com
Acting Education Commissioner Chris Cerf offers olive branch at NJEA meeting, NJ.com
Live updates: NJ teachers arrive in Atlantic City for convention, nj.com
NJ’s main teachers union presenting its own ideas, CBS News
Teachers scoff as Cerf pushes Christie agenda at convention, Star Ledger (link unavailable)
Acting Education Commissioner peddles Christie reform plan, NJ.com
Some Cheers, Some Jeers for Education Chief, The Record (link unavailable)
NJ education chief woos teachers; NJEA responds at AC Convention, The Daily Record
Acting education commissioner to address teachers at convention today, NorthJersey.com
Atlantic County raises recruitment of minority teachers, Press of Atlantic City
Acting State Education Commissioner addresses teachers today, Press of Atlantic City
Education Reform: Start with Parents, Press of Atlantic City
Reform Plan Tops Agenda as Teachers Ready for Conference in AC, Press of Atlantic City
NJEA unveils school reform plan at annual Atlantic City Convention, NJ.com
Local Students to Sing at Teachers’ Convention, Cranford Patch.com
157th NJEA Convention Coming to Atlantic City, Shore News Today
If we’ve missed any articles, feel free to post links in the comments section. Thank you!
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The Exhibit Floor is now closed, the boxes are being packed, and another successful NJEA Convention is coming to an end.
Thank you for following along with us on this blog, on Facebook, Twitter, and in real-time.
We hope you’ll continue to follow along with us throughout the year on our Facebook pages and Twitter feed.
And we really hope you’ll be with us in Atlantic City next year for the 2012 NJEA Convention on Nov. 8 & 9!
The Celebration of Excellence is one of the most uplifting events at the NJEA Convention.
NJEA takes this opportunity to honor the winners of the Frederick L. Hipp grant awards, the NJ Teacher of the Year, the NJ Educational Support Professional of the Year, and the Awards for Excellence winners.
Check out these photos from the event.
There are many programs, activities, and resources at the NJEA Convention. Check out this video of one innovative program.
NJEA enjoys promoting our members’ and our students’ creativity. You can visit the art gallery displaying student art at the Convention.
At the same time, you can meet with NJEA members who have published books in Author’s Alley.
You may also want to get a quick health screening at the Deborah Health Fair.
Classroom Close-up, NJ, an Emmy-winning TV show that highlights innovative projects in NJ’s public schools, has a booth and staff available to help spark your own creativity.
Acting Education Commissioner Chris Cerf attended the NJEA Convention today and spoke to a packed room of educators.
Cerf spoke and took questions from the audience. You can read the live tweets by following the hashtag #NJEAConv.
Many members invited Cerf to their classrooms and committee meetings to give him a fresh perspective on public education. Cerf taught from 1977-1981, before many of our current members had even begun to attend school.
You can watch two NJEA members ask questions of Acting Commissioner Cerf
Check out the
photos and news article posted on njea.org.
NJ Senator Bob Menendez will be joining NJEA members at the Convention tonight at the Affiliate Presidents’ dinner.
The Affiliate Presidents’ dinner is held annually to honor the hard work that association presidents do to advocate for New Jersey’s public school students, NJEA members, and the profession.