The Old Bridge Education Association advocates for the rights and well-being of both educators and students, striving to create an educational landscape that values diversity, equity, and accessibility. By fostering strong partnerships with the community and parents, we work collaboratively to champion the transformative power of public education.
The OBEA proudly includes over 1,000 teachers and educational support professionals (ESPs) who work in our schools.
- Member Advocacy – To preserve and improve the economic interests, working conditions, job security, and pensions of all members.
- Enhancing Public Education – To promote and deliver quality professional development for educators. To advance and support policies that enhance and enrich public education.
- Organizing – To strengthen the Association by maximizing membership & developing leaders.