Show Won 16th Emmy

Classroom Close-up NJ won its 16th Emmy from the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of NATAS.  Attending the ceremonies were (from left) Rita Williams, Larry Glaser, Terry Kuhnreich, Elizabeth Elko, NJEA VP Sean…

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Show Receives Six Nominations

Classroom Close-up NJ received six Emmy nominations from the Mid Atlantic Chapter of NATAS.  This is a record even for the 15-time Emmy winning show to receive six nominations.  The…

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Show Receives Four Nominations

Classroom Close-up NJ received four nominations from the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of NATAS. The winners will be announced Sept. 9 at a ceremony in Hershey Park, PA. The nominations include two…

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Show Wins 15th Emmy

NJEA’s television show Classroom Close-up NJ won its 15th Emmy during the 34th Annual Mid-Atlantic Gala. The show won in the Education/School – News Single story category for its coverage…

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Show Wins 14th Emmy

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Classroom Close-up NJ received an Emmy from the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of NATAS. This is the 14th Emmy for the NJEA production. Winning in the category Education/Schools- Program Feature/Segment 2014-15 Teacher of the Year…

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2014-15 New York Award: Education/Schools

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NJEA’s Classroom Close-up, NJ, now in its 21st season, won its 13th Emmy Award. The winning show features the following schools:  Alan B. Shepard Elementary School in Old Bridge (Middlesex…

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2013-14 Mid-Atlantic Award Education/Schools Program

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The 12th Emmy was awarded for a show about NJEA's Educational Support Professionals, a Statewide EdCamp, and programs in Haleyville-Mauricetown Elementary School, and Port Norris (Morris County) and Ft Lee School No. 1 (Bergen County).

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2011 Mid-Atlantic Award Educational Program

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Three Camden teachers were featured in the award-winning story involving Creative and Performing Arts High School, Morgan Village Middle School and Forest Hill Elementary, Camden - all in Camden County.

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