August 25, 2020 • Vol. XLIV No. 8
NJSBA joined in Gov. Murphy’s call for federal financial support to help states and local school districts meet the challenges posed by the pandemic.
Legislative Update: Bill Represents an 'Unnecessary and Inappropriate Overreach' into a Board of Education’s Duty to Make Responsive Personnel Decisions
NJSBA asks members to contact their state Senator, urging a "NO" vote on S-2843.
2021 will be the initial year of implementation for the recently signed school employees health benefits reform legislation.
NJSBA-supported program issues roadmap to guide schools and teachers in implementing remote learning programs that provide every student with the best education, with as little disruption as possible.
The guidance provides schedules for fall and winter sports, and a contingency plan if the fall season cannot be completed.
“Each region is safe for school reopening,” says the governor.
The guidance provides information for additional consideration about ventilation, food services, students with special needs, and more.
At its August monthly meeting, the State Board readopted educational facilities regulations, and proposed measures on student transportation and adult education.
The NJDOE has released a memo outlining the implementation of the Strengthening Gifted and Talented Education Act.
A U.S. District Court judge in Washington has issued a preliminary injunction blocking the U.S. Department of Education from implementing its interpretation of the federal CARES Act.
A live-action esports competition will be featured on Thursday, Oct. 21 from 7-8:30 p.m. during Virtual Workshop 2020.
Executive Order 164 postponed any election scheduled for a date between July 7 and Nov. 3, 2020.
This week's virtual training from NJSBA includes programs on STEM at home, tackling the digital divide, and school law issues.
The program is being conducted in collaboration with Junior Achievement of New Jersey.
The former president and vice president of the Hillsborough Board of Education was a dedicated community volunteer.