OPINION: Christie clueless on public-school quality

The following article can be found on the Daily Record’s website and is written by our own Bill Cole.  Click HERE to access the article on the Daily Record website.   OPINION: Christie clueless on public-school quality Within the next few months public school students across New Jersey will have their first confrontation with the […]

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LETTER: Don’t trust Christie in pension fight

The original article can be found here LETTER: Don’t trust Christie in pension fight As the special pension committee established by Gov. Christie soon prepares to release its recommendations on how exactly to slash the pension plans for New Jersey public workers, it is imperative to have a clear understanding of the governor’s self-serving shell games […]

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Teachers, union officials blast evaluation system at NJ State Board of Education meeting

Teachers and union officials bombarded the NJ BOE with complaints about upcoming performance evaluations on Wednesday.

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The XYZ’s of Retirement Workshop

MCCEA IPD Committee and Scholarship Committee Presents the NJEA: XYZ’s of Retirement When:    Wednesday, February 18 and February 25, 2015 Time:     4:30pm-6:30pm Where:   Zeris Inn, 372 Route 46 East, Mountain Lakes Cost:      $10.00 registration fee   Refreshments will be provided. SEATING IS LIMITED, SO REGISTER EARLY Registration is by mail only!  No Walk-Ins!  No […]

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Friends of TEAM – Educators Supporting Small Businesses

If you are supporting our school community, we want to support your business!

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MHS Students Awarded Research Grants

MHS students were recently awarded research grants through the Prestigious Young Science Achievers Program to fund their research investigations.

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Teacher Evaluation Rules Will Change Only Slightly Next Year, State Decides

Portion of evaluation that’s based on student test scores will remain at 30 percent for 2014-2015.

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State Backs Off On Changes in Special-Ed Regulations

Proposed new code to Special-Ed regulations encountered strong opposition from advocates, families.

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State’s largest teacher union forms Super PAC

The state’s largest teacher’s union has formed a new political advocacy group that can raise unlimited amounts of money from donors during the upcoming campaign season, according to federal and state filings.

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Online Charter School Hopes to Escape from Limbo

State delays go-ahead amid questions about legality, viability of virtual classrooms for kids.

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State Arbitrators Rule on First Cases Brought Under New Tenure Law

A handful of early cases address misconduct and inefficiency under new tenure law.

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Florida teachers plan new legal challenge to evaluations

Florida’s teachers union plans to file a new legal challenge to the state’s teacher evaluation system.

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