August 6, 2019 • Vol. XLIII No. 4
Put Down the Suntan Lotion and Hit the Books: Summer Homework Can Affect Fall Grades, Repollet Rules
Commissioner agrees with administrative law judge, saying actions by the district were not arbitrary or unreasonable.
The new issue of NJSBA's magazine focuses on school facilities, capital project planning strategies and how one district discovered and addressed a problem with mold in its schools.
Lifelong educator helped the NJSBA deliver important new services.
The poll is the 51st annual survey on attitudes toward public education.
The deadline for receipt of nominations is 4:30 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 6.
The nonprofit group recognized the contributions of five people affiliated with the NJSBA.
Issues in education were discussed.
Applications for the grant/pilot program are due Sept. 20.
Issues in education were discussed as part of the NJSBA's continuing series of summer meetings with legislators.
School board members gathered to make plans for the upcoming year.
The upcoming session offers four Board Member Academy Credits.
Foundations for Success program was held on July 30 in Bergen County.
The Delegate Assembly helps determine the NJSBA's policies.
An article in the July 22, 2019 print edition of School Board Notes about Senate Bill 3433, “Mallory’s Law,” failed to attribute the source of background information about the legislation. The source was the bill statement attached to the proposed legislation. The bill statement used the terminology “unrelenting bullying in school and online,” wording that … Continued
The longtime board member for Eatontown and Monmouth Regional High School was 83.