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Sustainable Jersey for Schools

What's New

New Jersey’s Kevin Ciak Elected to National School Boards Association Post
Former NJSBA President will serve as national organization’s secretary/treasurer. (3/27)
Workshop 2015: Call for Student Performances
The annual conference will highlight music education and the talent of N.J. students. Applications are now being accepted. (3/27)
Reflections: Collaboration Helps Student Achievement
NJSBA’s Executive Director discusses an exciting pilot program, based on research showing the positive impact of management-union collaboration on academic achievement. (3/20)
100th School Registers for Sustainability Certification
Sustainable Jersey for Schools recently achieved a milestone when the 100th school registered for its certification program. (3/18)
Becoming a Sustainable School
This brief Education Matters video describes the steps a school district will take to earn certification through Sustainable Jersey for Schools. (3/12)
Voters Approve Five Construction Proposals on March 10
Voters in five of seven New Jersey school districts approved $86,874,907 including a new $28.1 million school in Edison that will replace an elementary school which was destroyed by fire last year. (3/12)
Reflections: The Future of Pensions, Our State and Our Schools
In his latest column, Dr. Larry Feinsod discusses the report and recommendations of the New Jersey Pension and Health Benefit Study Commission. (3/9)
2015 Program Proposal Form - Due by April 20
We encourage you to submit proposals for training and program opportunities at Workshop 2015. All program submissions will receive equal consideration. (3/4)
Teachers Salary Guide Comparisons
Newly updated data for teachers salary guides for the 2013-14 and 2014-15 school years, including longevity summaries, are now available (password required) (3/3)
UPDATED: Your Local School Board, Your Students and PARCC
As a service to local school districts, NJSBA provides responses to frequently asked questions about the school board’s responsibility related to the administration of PARCC. (2/26).
NEW: NJSBA Launches A+ Ideas, Programs and Practices
The NJSBA has launched a new online directory sharing exemplary ideas, programs and practices in New Jersey public schools. (1/29)
School Board Basics: Frequently Asked Questions
NJSBA’s Parent Connections webpage answers questions ranging from “I have a problem with my school; Is the school board the appropriate body to address it?” to “How does the board set the rules for its meetings?” (9/30)