ALL ECEA meetings/workshops will be VIRTUAL until further notice.

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NJEA CONFERENCE UPDATES

The NJEA Equity Alliance Conference will now be held as a VIRTUAL experience on Saturday, Jan. 15, 2022 between

8:15 a.m. - 1:45 p.m.

The registration window has been reopened until Thursday, Jan. 13 at 11:59p.m.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Due to the recent surge in COVID-19 across the state, NJEA has decided to move the ESP Conference from Feb. 4-6, 2022 to Sept. 23-25, 2022.

All registrations will be transferred to the September date. There’s no need to do anything additional. If you cannot make the September date please email klipcsey@njea.org and your conference fees will be reimbursed.

At ECEA's Rep. Council held on Thursday, December 16, 2021 we recognized and celebrated Livingston EA for being the co-winners of the 2021 NJEA Jim George Collective Bargaining Award.

 

 

 

 

We were able to celebrate and recognize Theresa Maughan the 2021-2022 NJ State Teacher of the Year who is a High School Social Studies teacher at East Orange STEM Academy at ECEA's Rep. Council Meeting held on Thursday, December 16, 2021

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Our Executive Team was in California for the NCUEA Conference that took place from December 1-4, 2021. They took time to share a moment with Morgan Jerkins who is a NJ native and a New York Times bestselling author of "Wandering in Strange Lands" and Senior Culture Editor at ESPN’s The Undefeated.

On, Wednesday, October 13, 2021 Members of the Essex County Retirees Education Association (ECREA) held their annual food drive and donated "Soup for Seniors" to the Holy Trinity-West Orange Food Pantry located at 315 Main Street.

West Orange Board of Education President Terry Trigg-Scales helped to coordinate the drive and dropped off the donations.

CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE ON THE PATCH FOR WEST ORANGE

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Congratulations to the Livingston Education Association for being the co-winner of the 2021 NJEA Jim George Collective Bargaining Award.

We are excited for our County President Anthony Rosamilia and the members of Livingston EA.

Congratulations to Theresa Maughan

2021-2022 NJ State Teacher of the Year

High School Social Studies teacher at

East Orange STEM Academy in East Orange

Essex County

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Congratulations to our 1st VP Kim Scott-Hayden on being named the 2021 NEA ESP of the Year!

ESSEX COUNTY MEMBERS MAKING HEADLINES

Congratulations to our 1st VP for being the 2021 NJEA ESP of Year! We love and admire your advocacy  for ALL educators and students!

ESSEX COUNTY  MEMBERS IN THE NEWS

Here is an important message from our President

Like most Americans, I have been heartbroken and angry over the events of the last several days. On behalf of the twelve thousand members of the Essex County Education Association I would like to express solidarity with our black students and their families who I know are hurting right now.

The ECEA and its members work every day to fight for equity in funding, facilities, opportunities, and educational outcomes for our black students. It is not easy work as institutional racism and poverty are powerful opponents. Today, I reaffirm our commitment to advance the causes of racial and social justice in our classrooms, schools, and communities.

We look forward to the day when our communities and country live up to the promise of equality. Until then, know that we stand with the people who are hurting and with those who are working toward a more perfect union, whether they be leaders of government, law enforcement, faith, or education.

Anthony Rosamilia

President

Essex County Education Association

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