Charter School CounterpointDecember 1, 2009
Can N.J. Get Real About Race To The Top?December 2, 2009
Last week we posted a powerpoint presented by NJEA’s Director of Governmental Relations, Ginger Gold Schnitzer, called “Campaign 2009: An Organizational Victory,” which documents NJEA’s enormous push to browbeat their members into voting for Governor Corzine. From the same source, Mike Antonucci’s Education Intelligence Agency, here’s the transcript of Schnitzer’s remarks that accompanied the powerpoint, which also offers details on NJEA members’ expenses for their union’s attempt at mind-control. For example, here’s Schnitzer on an August poll that revealed that members would respond to a campaign that focused on pensions, health benefits, collective bargaining, pre-school, school funding, and vouchers:
And when I saw the results one word came to my mind … DUH…. We just paid $41,000 for that??? I could have had a V-8.