We Pay Teachers Too LittleMay 17, 2010
Following the MoneyMay 18, 2010
If the NJEA doesn’t change its position, if it doesn’t start urging local unions to accept the wage freeze, if it doesn’t recognize that thousands of families will be devastated when they lose their jobs, and that the kids who they purport to put first will have fewer teachers in the classroom, then there is only one conclusion to reach.
The NJEA is more interested in increasing their body count in their “war” with Christie, then they are in protecting the jobs and livelihoods of their members.
Today’s In The Lobby.