Hazlet Township Education Association


President’s Message

The Hazlet Township Education Association is proud to sponsor another workshop.  This one is titled Family Medical Leave Act and will be held on October 18.  A buffet dinner will be served from 4:00 to 4:30, with the workshop starting promptly at 4:30.  This workshop will help our members have a better understanding of qualifying reasons for leave, the amount of leave provided, and the rights and responsibilities of the employer and employee when using the Family Medical Leave Act.  You must register for the workshop no later than October 11 by clicking on the link under the events calendar.

Also remember, Marlene Caride (D-36), the Chair of the Assembly Education Committee, introduced a bill, A-4122, that would eliminate the use of statewide standardized test scores from teacher evaluation. If passed, the bill would remove the Median Student Growth Percentile (mSGP) scores from teacher evaluation for those teachers in tested subjects.  We need to let the Assembly know how important this bill is to us.  Contact your Assembly members today and ask them to co-sponsor this bill. Let them know how much this bill matters to educators.



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