April 27, 2021 • Vol. XLIV No. 41
If conditions continue to improve, the Murphy administration could further relax regulations.
The symposium is open to school board members, charter school trustees, superintendents, business administrators, facilities managers, IT and curriculum directors, and other administrative/supervisory staff. The fee is $50 per person.
A replay of the broadcast is available on the NJSBA Facebook page.
The teacher repeatedly failed to cooperate with the administration with regard to submitting reports and meeting deadlines, failed to acknowledge feedback in observations, and falsified student records.
The spring issue, available online now, also highlights the May NJSBA Spring Education Symposium and examines the board's role in personnel matters.
The conference will feature sessions on the latest developments in education and legislation including pandemic-related funding and policies, waivers, testing, and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).
Ocean County’s Switlik Elementary School in Jackson, and Camden County’s Winslow Township Middle School in Atco, are among the 27 schools, districts or institutions of higher education in the U.S. that earned the national recognition this year.
Upcoming Webinars Focus on a Legislative Update and Using Federal Funds to Meet District Reopening Goals
During the April 29 session, learn how districts can align Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) funds to support essential technology, purchase personal protective equipment and meet professional development needs.
Rule changes and waivers will allow schools to provide free meals through June 30, 2022.
The NJSBA Board of Directors will meet virtually on Friday, May 7, at 7 p.m.
The NJSBA Audit Committee will meet virtually on Friday, May 7, at 5:30 p.m.