by John Mooney / NJ Spotlight
Maybe it was the pent-up energy from the year off due to Hurricane Sandy. The New Jersey Education Association’s annual convention came back yesterday in full force with capacity-crowd workshops, a busy exhibition hall, and plenty of questions about coming changes in how teachers do their jobs.
The nation’s largest state convention for teachers drew more than 30,000 educators to the Atlantic City Convention Center, according to the union, which said it the event’s biggest turnout in at least a decade.
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