NJEA TO UNVEIL PLANS TO REMOVE TENURED TEACHERS

NJEAThe New Jersey Education Association today will unveil its plans on how to remove tenured teachers from New Jersey school districts.  The NJEA’s plan will come one day before lawmakers in Trenton discuss how tenured teachers impact the state’s school system.  The association’s plan is expected to discuss the various legal issues involved in removing tenured teachers from school districts.  The Christie administration and the NJEA have been at odds over pensions and school funding.

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