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Against Backdrop of Contention, State Releases Anderson’s Bonus Payments

By John Mooney

State-appointed superintendent of NJ’s largest school district consistently hits majority of her targets

Newark school Superintendent Cami Anderson may be a polarizing figure among community and political leaders, but as far as her contract with the Christie administration to head up the state-operated district is concerned, it’s so far, so good.

Anderson’s first three-year contract in the district — which earns her an annual base salary of $247,500 — is set to expire this summer.…

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AFTNJ officer election results (2014-16)

The 68th Convention election results. Terms in office run from July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2016

Executive Officers
Donna Chiera, President
Susanna Tardi, Ph.D., Executive Vice President, Higher Education
Cheryl Skeete, Executive Vice President, Prekindergarten to 12
Lucye Millerand, Secretary
Joseph D. Amabile, Treasurer

PreK to 12 VPs Higher Ed VPs
Robert Barbier
Larry Bello
Michael Dixon
Princess Hogue
Patricia Paradiso
Mark Parkhurst
Jennifer Ramos
Margaret Roberts
Carlos Rodriguez
Joanna Rios
Neil Thomas
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Elaine Bobrove
James Castiglione
Rose Cipparulo
Lynne Cummins
Adrienne Eaton
Sara Ann Harnick
Tim Haresign
Richard Gomes
Robert J.
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Press release: Labor, community and political leaders honored at AFTNJ Convention

Sen. Sandra Cunningham, Charles Hall Jr., Bob Braun and the late Nick Yovnello recognized

EDISON… On Saturday, the American Federation of Teachers New Jersey (AFTNJ) convention honored four individuals whose leadership made significant contributions in improving education and advancing workers rights. “Those of us who work so hard to educate students know that we need to engage with community to initiate change,” said AFTNJ President Donna M.…

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