December 8, 2020 • Vol. XLIV No. 22
Presidency and three vice-presidencies to be filled.
Key Senate Staff Member Discusses Plans for Regionalization, Health Benefits, School Funding at NJSBA Legislative Committee Meeting
The Associate Executive Director for the Senate Majority addresses “Chapter 44” and other major educational issues.
NJSBA policy experts will share frequently asked questions and field questions from the live Facebook audience on Thursday at 1 p.m.
The Job Corps program has remained strong for the past 55 years because it stays true to its core values, that all students have the potential to succeed, and that given proper training and a chance, they can become contributing, self-supporting members of society.
In an Education Matters video interview, high school principal Jonathan Dauber explains how the West Windsor-Plainsboro community has supported changing a long-standing tradition.
The first session will take place on Friday, Dec. 11, from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.
One-stop shop: The new webpage collects and organizes a broad range of helpful resources in one place.
A student sought redress for an interruption in speech and reading services due to the March 16 statewide COVID-19 closure of schools.
The Camden superintendent spoke about the challenges of aging facilities and a shrinking budget with a declining student population.
A Dec. 15 webinar will explain the first certification cycle for recognition as a digital school within the Sustainable Jersey for Schools program.