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NJ Teachers Union Hits Back at ‘Disinformation’ About Murphy Administration’s New Sex Education Standards

This is a copy of a “Disinformation Alert” from the New Jersey Education Association (NJEA) front office, accusing “political consultants and partisan pundits” of making “wild accusations” and being “blatantly disingenuous” about the Murphy Administration’s new sexual and health education standards.

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