NJEA spells out plan for reform

The New Jersey Education Association (NJEA) laid out a plan today to reform public education.NJEA President Barbara Keshishian presented the plan, which includes speeding up

TRENTON - The New Jersey Education Association (NJEA) laid out a plan today to reform public education.

NJEA President Barbara Keshishian presented the plan, which includes speeding up the way ineffective tenured teachers can be fired and creating a mentoring program for new teachers.

Members of the NJEA will find out what the chances are of getting legislative support for their reform plan when they appear before the Senate Education Committee Thursday.

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