February 13, 2019 • Vol. XLII No. 27
NJSBA opposes S-2606. If enacted, the legislation would likely result in tax hikes or reductions in critical programs, staff and services.
Sen. Ruiz’s bill would let the old regulations stay in place so that students who have already taken the test can earn their diploma. NJSBA supports the legislation.
The court concluded that public employees cannot be demoted in retaliation for exercising a First Amendment right.
The NJSBA’s annual School Public Relations Forum on Friday, April 5 will focus on how to develop a successful campaign to win voter support.
Workshop participants will understand I-STEAM design challenge elements and how the arts standards align with and blend with STEM content areas.
The complaint, filed last month, will likely be referred to an administrative law judge for fact-finding.
The deadline for receiving completed forms is Friday, April 5, 2019.
Wanted: Students to sing, dance, perform music, or show off other talents to energize the audience at the Atlantic City Convention Center.
An expert panel will discuss effective ways to deploy the $100 million allocated for school water infrastructure improvements as part of the Securing Our Children's Future Bond Act.
A review of graduation exams, computer science grants and a record number of applicants for the STEAM Tank Challenge.
To address a shortage of qualified CTE instructors, NJDOE will present updated draft regulations for consideration by the State Board at its next meeting.
Cristina Martins from Tobacco Free for a Healthy New Jersey provides expert analysis.
Panel addresses a large crowd at the county association meeting on Feb. 6.
This unique workshop will feature a day of I-STEAM learning experiences and how to implement an I-STEAM learning environment in your school.
Michael Wallace and Michele Siekerka of the NJBIA meet with Association members and staff to discuss future collaborations.
The meeting will be held at NJSBA headquarters, 413 West State Street, Trenton, at 2:30 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 28.
Time and place: Feb. 26, 1 p.m., NJSBA headquarters, 413 W. State Street, Trenton.
Delegate resolutions help set New Jersey School Boards Association policy.
Members of the Haledon school board were recognized by the Passaic County School Boards Association for regular attendance.
Ronald Sanasac, the school business administrator for the Howell Township Board of Education, made a presentation to the group.