February 2, 2022 • Vol. XLV No. 24
On Thursday, Feb. 24, NJSBA will host the second program in the Empowerment series from 7 – 9 p.m. Members may attend from the comfort of their homes across any device. Register at the link in this story.
Dr. Lawrence S. Feinsod, executive director of the NJSBA, highlighted the progress schools have made in meeting challenges, including those of the public health crisis. He also noted how the NJSBA has ensured that members continue to benefit from essential training, advocacy and direct service.
The latest episode features Rona McNabola, who has served 35 years as a school board member; and Eleanore Shaffer, who has 48 years of service and serves on two boards.
Biral Patel, an information technology professional with more than 20 years of experience, joined the Edison Board of Education in January 2021.
School districts that submit their annual comprehensive financial report after the Feb. 5 statutory deadline but before Tuesday, March 15, will not suffer any adverse findings by the New Jersey Department of Education, the department announced in a memo.
The NJDOE developed the guidelines in collaboration with the New Jersey Office of the Attorney General, the Department of Children and Families and a working group of stakeholders.
Education professionals who serve students who are deaf or hard of hearing are invited to virtual roundtables being held throughout March, according to a memo from the New Jersey Department of Education.
The New Jersey Department of Education recently issued a memo providing information regarding the Special Education Medicaid Initiative program, pertinent to the fiscal year 2023 budget submission.
The U.S. Department of Education recently issued proposed priorities and other details on its Project Prevent discretionary grant program. It has also launched a 30-day public comment period, according to a news release.
U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona laid out his vision for continued recovery through the pandemic and his priorities for broader investments in America’s education system to ensure all students can succeed and thrive during a Jan. 27 address at the U.S. Department of Education.