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NJEA Pres Urges Residents to Vote 'Yes' To Ballot Question

Question would approving bonding for college capital spending

Statement as released from Barbara Keshishian, President, New Jersey Education Association:

New Jersey is a national leader in the investments we make in K-12 public education, with great teachers and support professionals who prepare our kids so they are well equipped for college.  

Unfortunately, the state has not continued that investment in higher education. A high quality education provides an opportunity for every child to succeed, and by making this investment we are laying the foundation for a bold new workforce that will be prepared for the jobs of the future.

NJEA is encouraging its members to vote 'Yes on 1.' 

Barbara Keshishian, President, New Jersey Education Association


Tpny October 27, 2012 at 07:55 PM
F**K YoU! Money is NOT the issue and you all know it. It is the efficiency of how the $$$ is spent. So, once the fraud, waste and corruption is ended, then you have every right to request additional funding. If not, good money is going to the infamous "black hole" of the teacher's union.
suz October 27, 2012 at 09:29 PM
Yeah right...

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