August 18, 2020 • Vol. XLIV No. 7
The court found that the Chapter 78 legislation preempted the collective bargaining agreement.
On Aug. 5, the Third Circuit weighed in on whether a Pennsylvania school district had actual knowledge of sexual harassment, such that it would trigger liability under Title IX.
The NJSBA opposed the measure and cited its negative impact on effective management of employee performance, school district operations and a board’s ability to meet changing educational needs.
On Aug. 13, the New Jersey Department of Health released a 19-page memo that provides guidance for in-person school reopenings and how schools should handle positive COVID-19 cases.
Up this week: programs on district communications, employee leave provisions, sustainability, and more.
This year’s film showcase will feature the “Best of the Fest” in student films.
The latest issue of School Leader magazine provides a glimpse of how New Jersey carried on connecting with and educating its students.
It's Kairos Time, Inc. a New Jersey non-profit is offering a $1,000 scholarship to a 2020 high school graduate who is college-bound.