February 23, 2021 • Vol. XLIV No. 32
The NJDOE will release grant applications for districts to apply for the funding in March.
In a Feb. 22 letter, the federal Department of Education discouraged states from seeking permission to cancel statewide achievement tests. Whether New Jersey will ultimately be granted some form of relief is unclear.
The legislation will include financial incentives for districts with declining enrollment to pursue regionalization.
The NJSBA has developed a sample resolution, expressing concerns about Chapter 44 costs, that boards of education may consider adopting.
This story provides searchable data showing what each town would receive under the Biden stimulus plan.
It's not too late to access excellent information still available online from the NJSBA's 2020 Virtual Workshop.
In this Education Matters video interview, two Morris County superintendents discuss how they have adjusted to the pandemic in their districts and the lessons they have learned.
An NJSBA webinar will explain what the funding from the approved Dec. 27 stimulus package means for New Jersey districts and charter schools.
The remote meeting will take place March 2 at 11 a.m.
The meeting will be held remotely on Saturday, March 6, at 9 a.m.