April 2, 2019 • Vol. XLII No. 34
Senate President Proposes Merger of State and School Employee Health Plans, Nixes Proposal to Increase Retiree Costs
Sen. Sweeney says significant savings can be achieved.
Please Share Information about Your District’s Social-Emotional, Mental Health Programs for Children. What Exists? What's Possible?
An invitation to provide information for the NJSBA mental health task force report.
Register early and save $100 for your group.
The keynote speaker will conduct a special early morning session for board members.
In a video interview, George Scott, of the Traumatic Loss Coalition at Rutgers University, discusses how bad childhood experiences can have a lingering effect on students' mental health.
Applications are due Monday, April 8.
The teacher who filed the suit had reported a student's alleged threat to the police.
The 2019 awards program focused on equity in education, recognizing district programs that remove barriers to achievement for vulnerable or underserved children.
Photos: The Mercer County School Boards Association hosted an eighth-grade dialogue Monday night at Lawrence High School in Lawrenceville.
Dr. Rick Falkenstein, superintendent of Kingwood Township School, told the Hunterdon County School Boards Association that schools need to balance the need for rigor with enhancing student social and emotional health.
Murphy honored more than 1.8 million volunteers -- including nearly 5,000 New Jersey school board members.
Time will be allocated for attendees to network with other school officials and members of the New Jersey Legislature.
Photos: Middlesex County honors its schools' "unsung heroes and heroines."
The updated policy reflects the change in state law, which now specifically requires the reporting of sexual abuse.
The NJSBA believes that the federal IDEA should be fully funded at 40 percent of the cost of special education.
Registration Now Open for Summer Program Exploring Ways to Integrate Climate Change in the Classroom
The institute will run from July 16 through July 18 on the Rider University campus in Lawrenceville.