Save March 16: AFTNJ Legislative Conference

Saturday, March 16, 2019, 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM

East Brunswick Hilton
3 Tower Center Blvd.
East Brunswick, NJ 08816

Continental Breakfast
Workshop Sessions
Meet Members of NJ Assembly

Free registration for all AFTNJ members.

More information and registration will be posted on our website beginning late January 2019.

For those traveling and want to secure a room, the Hilton conference rate will be $109.00 plus tax per night.…

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‘Fed Up’ Rutgers Faculty Protest Slow Contract Talks, Threaten To Strike

Carly Sitrin, NJ Spotlight

Hundreds of faculty union members picketed meeting of university’s board of governors, frustrated with stagnant wages and months of fruitless bargaining

Members of several Rutgers faculty unions say they are “fed up” and are threatening to strike over ongoing contract negotiations with the university which they claim have been arduous and opaque.…

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Rutgers profs threaten to strike over ‘shameful behavior’ in contract talks

Adam Clark, NJ Advance Media for

Tired of waiting for a new contract and fed up with an administration they claim is slow-walking negotiations, Rutgers University professors are threatening a strike.

Dozens of professors picketed before Thursday’s Board of Governors meeting in New Brunswick and later blasted President Robert Barchi’s handling of contract talks before the board.…

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Teachers Pressured to Donate to Campaign Fund Linked to North Bergen Mayor Nicholas Sacco

Meanwhile, the News 4 I-Team has obtained a recording of the mayor telling Democrats that “Channel 4 is behaving like criminals” after News 4 broadcast reports of his administration’s alleged corruption and cronyism

By Jonathan Dienst, David Paredes, Erica Jorgensen and Ron Campbell

“Our students’ education is too important to play politics with,” Donna M. Chiera, president of the American Federation of Teachers New Jersey, said in a statement to News 4.…

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