The Clinton Township Education Association (CTEA) deeply values our colleagues, students and families, and are grateful for the diversity of our school community. Recent world events have spotlighted the fact that we have a duty and charge to work for a better, fairer and more just world for our students to inherit from us.  In partnership with parents and families, the CTEA recognizes the magnitude of the collective responsibility to help educate the hearts and minds of our children. As an organization of action, the CTEA supports its children, staff and community and does not condone racism in any form.  To that end, we look forward to working with you in the coming months as we host conversations with stakeholders to identify how we can best serve our students and the community. 

 

 

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  • NJEA, NEA ESP of the Year joins panel of respected educators on PBS with Steve Adubato May 7, 2021
    Kim Scott-Hayden, Education Support Professional of the Year for both NEA and NJEA, shares her story with Steve Adubato in an interview which will be airing on One-on-One with Steve Adubato […] The post NJEA, NEA ESP of the Year joins panel of respected educators on PBS with Steve Adubato appeared first on New Jersey Education […]
  • Spiller, Beatty, Robertson to lead NJEA September 1 April 30, 2021
    Sean M. Spiller, Steve Beatty and Petal Robertson have been elected president, vice president and secretary-treasurer of NJEA for two-year terms beginning September 1, 2021.  Spiller, a science teacher in […] The post Spiller, Beatty, Robertson to lead NJEA September 1 appeared first on New Jersey Education Association.
  • 2021 NJEA Election Results April 30, 2021
    NJEA members have elected state and county representatives to the NJEA Executive Committee, NJEA Delegate Assembly (and Alternates), and NEA Representative Assembly in some counties and units, as well as […] The post 2021 NJEA Election Results appeared first on New Jersey Education Association.

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