Upcoming IEA Events

Oct 02

National Custodian Day

October 2 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Oct 05

Yom Kippur – District Closed

October 5 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Nov 07

Fall Break – District Closed

November 7 @ 8:00 am - November 11 @ 5:00 pm
Nov 18

National Substitute Educator’s Day

November 18 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Nov 23

Half Day – 4 hours Teachers & Students

November 23 @ 8:00 am - 12:30 pm

This Is What Phone Addiction Looks Like for Teens and How Parents Can Help

By JANET | August 15, 2022

  About Parents Parents, a Dotdash Meredith Brand, is an award-winning online resource for trustworthy, empathetic, and supportive information and inspiration for your families. We reach 9 million readers a month. Our content is written by experienced journalists, fact checked, and reviewed by our Expert Review Board for accuracy. Learn more about us and our editorial guidelines.   In this ‘Teen […]

Title IX At 50: Where We’ve Been, Where We’re Headed, and Why It Still Matters

By JANET | July 11, 2022

NEA News Title IX At 50: Where We’ve Been, Where We’re Headed, and Why It Still Matters The civil rights law has protected millions of girls and women from discrimination and has provided equal access and treatment in education; more is still needed to roll back Betsy DeVos-era regulations and break down barriers to safe, […]

NEA-backed Senate candidates silent on proposal to replace ‘mother’ with ‘birthing parent’

By JANET | July 11, 2022

NEA-backed Senate candidates silent on proposal to replace ‘mother’ with ‘birthing parent’ Several Democratic Senate candidates backed by the National Education Association (NEA) are silent on the union’s proposal to change the word “mother” to “birthing parent” in contracts.   View on Watch  The NEA, which represents teachers across the U.S., proposed during its annual […]

The Culture Shift That Covid-19 Built

By JANET | May 31, 2022

The Culture Shift That Covid-19 Built (And What Businesses Should Do About It)   Erin HutchinsonForbes Councils Member Forbes Communications CouncilCOUNCIL POST| Membership (Fee-Based) Many have long considered corporate culture a key driver of a company’s success (or failure), even if it’s not a chief focus of the business. It has an undeniable way of […]

Beyond Burnout: What Must Be Done to Tackle the Educator Shortage

By JANET | May 2, 2022

The Real Reasons Kids Aren’t Reading More

By JANET | April 3, 2022

By Alyson Klein — March 28, 2022  3 min read   The time that teenagers and tweens spend on YouTube, TikTok, and other video-sharing sites has taken off during the pandemic, while reading time among those age groups remains flat. That was one of the key findings of a recent survey by Common Sense Media, a nonprofit research organization. […]

Virtual Learning On Snow Days

By JANET | February 21, 2022

NJ Bill Would Allow Schools To Use  Could a bill circulating in Trenton mean the end of snow days for NJ schoolkids? Carly Baldwin,Patch Staff Posted Fri, Feb 18, 2022 at 4:00 pm ET|Updated Sun, Feb 20, 2022 at 11:05 pm ET   NEW JERSEY — Virtual learning went so well that it should probably be used […]

Three Guidelines To Understanding The Delta Variant

By JANET | July 15, 2021

Three Guidelines To Understanding The Delta Variant Delta is quickly becoming the dominant coronavirus variant in multiple countries. The variant has spread so fast because it is more contagious than the variants that came before it. At the same time, the U.S. is equipped with highly effective vaccines. Ed Yong, science writer for The Atlantic, talks with Maddie […]

Operational Strategy for K-12 Schools through Phased Prevention

By JANET | June 13, 2021

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/schools-childcare/operation-strategy.html

Will vaccinated NJ high school students be allowed to go maskless next school year?

By JANET | May 31, 2021

Scott Fallon NorthJersey.com Will vaccinated NJ high school students be allowed to go maskless next school year? Mask mandates may be waived at New Jersey high schools sooner than elementary and middle school in the fall because teens have a head start on getting vaccinated for COVID-19 over younger children, Gov. Phil Murphy said Wednesday. A day after […]