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NEA Director Goes Nuclear in Dispute with New Jersey Education Association

Andrew Policastro has held numerous offices in his local and the New Jersey Education Association. He is one of NJEA’s representatives on the National Education Association board of directors. Policastro ran for the position of NJEA secretary-treasurer, finishing third in a four-way race. He filed complaints with the union’s election committee, claiming his opponents and … Continue rea
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