As part of a continuing series of meetings with legislative leaders to discuss educational issues, the NJSBA governmental relations staff and local board members met recently with Assemblywoman Britnee N. Timberlake of the 34th legislative district and Sen. James Beach of the 6th legislative district. Timberlake is a member of the Assembly Education Committee, and Beach is chair of the Senate State Government, Wagering, Tourism & Historic Preservation Committee and he is also a member of the Senate Education Committee.

Left to right, Betsy Ginsburg, president, Glen Ridge Board of Education and executive director of the Garden State Coalition of Schools; Jessica de Koninck of the Montclair Board of Education and an NJSBA Legislative Committee member; Assemblywoman Britnee N. Timberlake of the 34th legislative district and Jonathan Pushman, NJSBA legislative advocate.
Left to right, Joyce Miller, Gibbsboro Board of Education president, Camden County School Boards Association president and NJSBA Legislative Committee member; Carol Matlack of the Cherry Hill Board of Education, Camden County School Boards Association vice-president and NJSBA Legislative Committee alternate; Senator James Beach of the 6th legislative district; and Jonathan Pushman, NJSBA legislative advocate.
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