After one-year hiatus, NJEA Convention returns to Atlantic City
In its nearly 160 year history, the convention has been cancelled only twice.
1n 1893, no convention was held so that members of what was then called the New Jersey State Teachers’ Association could participate in the Chicago World’s Fair. It was again held every year until 2012, when Superstorm Sandy came ashore on Oct. 29 devastating communities across the state and closing schools anywhere from a few days to the remainder of the school year.
This year the NJEA Convention returned and with it tens of thousands of NJEA members. Gallery
Some came for the over 300 workshops and special programs that are the hallmark of the largest gathering of educators in the world. Some came for High Tech Hall, for the plenary sessions with world class speakers, or to consult with publishers, authors, and accomplished educators. Still others came to share ideas and strategies with their colleagues from across the state. Learn more
|PLEASE NOTE: The information listed on this website reflects the program of the 2013 NJEA Convention. The 2014 NJEA Convention will be held Nov. 6-7. This site will be updated as information becomes available.|