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Report Shows Value of NJSBA
Within a single school year, local boards of education secured more than $33.7 million in services, assistance and savings through their NJSBA membership — an amount four-and-a-half times greater than annual statewide dues. (7/6)
Awards for Going Green
The U.S. Green Building Council is accepting nominations for a student award program that recognizes the value of sustainability. The application deadline is September 16. (7/1)
NJSBA Podcast Explores Transgender Issues in School Districts
Three school attorneys speak about guidelines to address this sensitive matter during Conversations on New Jersey Education, which is available for downloading. (6/25)
Workshop 2015 Keynoters Announced
The annual conference, October 27-29, will feature two exceptional speakers, who will inspire forward thinking, teamwork and optimism. (6/25)
Delegate Assembly Resolution Submission
The cutoff for submission of resolutions for the next NJSBA Delegate Assembly will be 5 p.m., Tuesday, September 8, 2015.
Pension Reform Tax Impact: NJSBA and League of Municipalities Release Analysis
A study from the Bloustein Center at Rutgers sheds light on the financial impact of shifting teachers’ pension costs from the state to individual school districts. (6/17)
NJSBA Comments on Pension Ruling
The public trust demands a well-thought-out, long-term solution to New Jersey’s pension-deficit issue. (6/9)
A New FAQ on School Ethics Act and Commission
Since 1991, the N.J. School Ethics Act has had a profound impact on the state’ public schools. Learn about the law and the School Ethics Commission, which interprets and enforces the Act. (6/5)
Ethics Commission Members Address Recent Opinions
Listen to the N.J. School Ethics Commission’ acting director and two of its members share the rationale behind recent opinions affecting board member volunteer activities and administrators’ participation in negotiations. (6/5)
Legislative Leaders Discuss Pensions, Salary Caps, Board Members’ Roles
Senate President Steve Sweeney and Senate Republican Leader Tom Kean, Jr. recently shared their views on key issues during NJSBA’ Education Matters video series. (5/18)