April 20, 2021 • Vol. XLIV No. 40
This is the second year that the standardized achievement tests will be canceled due to the pandemic.
Encouraging news: Some districts have been able to resume in-person instruction. Students age 16 and older are now eligible for the vaccine.
Register now to hear helpful public speaking tips, valuable social media strategies, and a panel discussion about effectively communicating with parents, employees, students, and the public.
Legislation requiring bias training for arbitrators was also signed by the governor.
The slate of candidates will stand for election at the May 15 Delegate Assembly.
The NJSBA's Educational Leadership Foundation is hosting free training to help school districts tackle pandemic-related learning challenges.
Register now for this virtual conference, scheduled for Wednesday, May 12 and Thursday, May 13, to gain useful strategies and become more effective school leaders.
Earlier this month, the Advisory Committee issued a rare reversal of an opinion pertaining to special education advocates.
The alert includes 10 recommended actions to protect districts from attempts to infiltrate computer systems or steal data.
The latest webinars, which will be archived for convenient viewing, are scheduled for April 21 and April 22.
The Saturday, May 8 meeting is scheduled to start at 9 a.m.