NJEA's Take on Christie/Schundler Reforms

Here's a memo from NJEA's main office (which was posted on several local NJEA affiliates websites, including this one from the Montgomery Township Education Association) responding to pension and benefit reforms and the Transition Report from the Education Sub-Committee, which includes recommendations on expanding school choice and increasing teacher accountability. There's also a comment on the State's efforts to restrict lobbyists through new pay-to-play legislation:
NJEA’s attorneys are reviewing the order to determine if it is applicable to NJEA. While we are awaiting a final opinion, it appears likely that the executive order will not be able to prevent NJEA and its members from exercising our rights to engage in the political process.