The kids are headed back to class over the next week, but contract negotiations remain unresolved in at least 20 percent of New Jersey's school districts, according to initial figures from the New Jersey School Boards Association.
Gov. Chris Christie and New Jersey's biggest teacher's union are again headed to a courtroom to settle differences after a judge ruled Wednesday the labor group must explain why it skipped meetings to help determine health insurance coverage and rates for public school teachers and retirees.
If you're a teacher then you gotta listen up. Tired of your hard earned money going to candidates and political causes that you don't support? Did you know you can opt out of the political portion of your union dues?
NJEA President, Wendell Steinhauer joined Deminski & Doyle in studio yesterday to discuss the results of the PARCC Test for NJ students.
There was a great debate in the months leading up to the PARCC testing by parents and educators alike as to whether New Jersey should be one of the seven states to take part in the testing. Pa...