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Using published research, contemporaneous media accounts, and the NJEA's own publications to ascertain the facts, this study details the deliberate exploitation of New Jersey's political system and the resulting consequences--to the benefit of the NJEA and the detriment of New Jerseyans.
At the NJEA convention, Scamarza taught some simple breathing exercises and yoga poses that could be incorporated into the school day.
BankMobile said it has entered into a market agreement with the New Jersey Education Association (NJEA) as part of its affinity program and will offer all members the benefits of using BankMobile's fee-free platform.
Through the partnership, NJEA will be offering all its members a personalized experience and all the benefits of using the BankMobile platform.
Through the partnership, NJEA will be offering all of its members a personalised experience and all the benefits of using the BankMobile platform.
Ginger Gold Schnitzer--the NJEA's director of government relations--said it's no surprise that her union tops the list....
The NJEA greeted Christie's proposed belt-tightening with $6 million in attack ads.
Both the NJEA and CWA back Murphy and are bitter rivals of Sweeney, arguing his plans would decimate their collective bargaining power.
As detailed in Parts I and II, New Jersey's political status quo is dominated by the state's largest teachers union, the New Jersey Education Association (NJEA).
M2 EQUITYBITES-February 6, 2015-BankMobile, NJEA offer no-fee banking
After seeing an extensive training exercise in school safety at the 2006 New Jersey Education Association's (NJEA) annual conference, George Bittner, Gloucester's supervisor of transportation services, and bus driver Bonnie Chalfant, president of Gloucester Township Support Professionals, started discussing ways to train Gloucester drivers in counter-terrorism and school bus takeovers.
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