December 10, 2019 • Vol. XLIII No. 19
Thirty-four districts requested aid; 13 received extra funds.
NJSBA shows that being green is healthy, not expensive.
Projects were approved in five districts, and defeated in five.
New Jersey statute places financial responsibility for the education of a homeless pupil with the school district in which the parent or guardian last resided.
Comments are being accepted on Perkins V plan until Dec. 31.
Sleeping on it: An expert explains the science behind adolescent circadian rhythms, and how they affect teens.
A synopsis of yuletide rules.
Tickets cost $30 for each parent or chaperone who attends.
A district employee was protected by the Family Medical Leave Act without specifically asking for the coverage.
A branding bonanza: How districts can benefit from an effective marketing and communications campaign.
Students may submit films on their own or through their schools.
Webinar explains rule changes.