TRENTON – Already faced with an industry-wide paradigm shift following pension and benefit reform – and staring down another encounter with Gov. Chris Christie over education reform – the N.J. Education Association is rolling out two new TV ads.
According to the union’s website, the spots focus on “highlighting our commitment to teacher quality.”
“For too long, Governor Christie has told the public and the media that NJEA ‘protects bad teachers.’ That’s all part of the administration’s overall assault on the rights of NJEA members, and it needs to be countered,” the website states. “These ads are an important step in that effort.”
The first ad focuses on New Jersey Center for Teaching and Learning, and can be seen here: http://bit.ly/placbF.