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Edithe A. Fulton

Edie Fulton leads the 177,000 member New Jersey Education Association for the second time in her 35-year career in public education. In 2002, New Jersey Monthly magazine named her one of the 25 most powerful people in New Jersey. She has served as host of "Classroom Close-up, NJ," NJEA's Emmy Award winning weekly TV show airing on the PBS affiliate NJN. She has served on the Governor's Commission on Alternative Certification, the Governor's Master Teacher Commission, and the Council on New Jersey Affairs at Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School. She began her career in 1966 as a fourth grade teacher at Lakehurst Elementary School. A trained musician and performing artist, Ms. Fulton combined those talents in 1985 to become a K-8 teacher of performing arts in Lakehurst. She has been active in a wide range of community activities with her church, hospital auxiliary, and UNICEF.


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