April 21, 2020 • Vol. XLIII No. 37
The plan aims to save the state and local governments, including school districts, millions of dollars by instituting temporary furlough programs for their employees.
The survey will provide critical information for NJSBA’s upcoming report concerning the challenges facing districts when schools reopen.
NJSBA is providing information which will help school districts navigate the complexity of virtual meetings, while ensuring access by members of the community.
NJSBA has put together a one-page list of resources for districts that have suffered the loss of a school community member in the COVID-19 pandemic.
The webpage provides essential information, guidance and resources to help boards of education during the pandemic. The site is updated frequently.
View NJSBA's virtual training programs live, or access the archived events at your convenience.
A board of education was found to have properly removed one of its own members after he failed to attend at least three consecutive meetings.
On April 15, the NJDOE provided detailed guidance on the requirements and the flexibility provided for educator evaluation during the current school year.
Educators, students and members of the public are encouraged to honor first responders and health care workers with music.
This law requires public school buildings to be equipped with a panic alarm linked to local law enforcement.
The conference will provide school board members, administrators, and district staff with solutions to promote advanced technology.
NJSBA mourns the loss of a child advocate, supporter of public education and friend of the Association.
Advocate for lawmakers to support resources that will enable schools to provide a reasonable level of continuity in special education services during the pandemic.
The NJSBA Legislative Committee will meet virtually on Saturday, May 9, 2020.