The Senate and Assembly education committees will host three joint meetings in April to hear testimony on issues related to school security.
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In a recent Appellate Division decision, the state’s second-highest court affirmed the dismissal of a tenured special education teacher who touched students inappropriately. The ruling also clarified the standards necessary to remove a tenured teacher.
Drug overdose is the leading cause of accidental death in New Jersey. To address the issue, NJSBA will hold a special program, “The Opioid Crisis: Prevention, Intervention and Treatment.”
Meeting the needs of special education students carries legal and ethical responsibilities for a school district. NJSBA is hosting a half-day Special Education Symposium to provide an overview of the topic and the latest developments.
Workshop 2018 conference registration and hotel reservations are now available online.
A school security program in Morris County and meetings with legislators from Morris, Bergen and Passaic counties, highlighted recent county school boards association activities.
Lehigh University’s 46th Special Education Law Conference, The IDEA and Section 504: Special Intersections and New Directions, will take place Friday, May 11.