The 2013 NJEA Convention will be held Nov. 7-8, at the Atlantic City Convention Center. The NJEA Convention draws tens of thousands of members from around the state who experience hundreds of workshops, a massive exhibit floor, and an ever-expanding High Tech Hall, which provide rich opportunities for teachers and educational support professionals to grow professionally. It is one of the largest educational gatherings of its kind in the world.
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Recognized as the largest gathering of K-12 educators in the world, the NJEA Convention draws over 50,000 teachers, counselors, administrators and school support staff from New Jersey and the surrounding region. NJEA continues its commitment to professional development for technology in education and computer science curriculum with expanded offerings in High Tech Hall on the Exhibit Floor.
The possibilities are endless to connect to the market you want to reach - from tech coordinators, classroom teachers, department heads, retired teachers to professionals in special education and all other school curriculums, The NJEA Convention is the place to be in 2013.
The New Jersey Education Association was founded in 1853 by a group of educators with a desire to improve public education and elevate the teaching profession. According to Association records, the primary interest of NJEA in the early years was related to teacher preparation, professional development, and instruction.
In the 21st century, NJEA continues to serve members’ professional and personal needs by providing comprehensive services. Supporting and strengthening public education, offering opportunities for professional growth, protecting members’ rights, and working for improved member recognition and compensation are all part of NJEA’s commitment to great public schools.