The state Senate recently gave final legislative approval to a measure aimed at protecting New Jersey students by keeping individuals with a history of sexual misconduct or child abuse out of the state’s public schools.
The New Jersey Department of Education has extended the deadline for school districts to submit 2018-2019 budgets to their county offices of education.
When the unions quote the “going rate” for local contract settlements, board negotiations committees need to take a closer look and conduct their own research.
The National School Boards Association released a statement protesting the elimination of funding for teacher and principal support and student enrichment programs in the proposed federal budget.
This year's NJSBA Technology Conference, which will be held March 9, will feature sessions on topics such as digital learning, cybersecurity, and best practices in technology.
Thursday's School Law Today podcast will feature a discussion on sexual harrassment and school districts.
The Association's Board of Directors will meet Friday, March 16 at 7 p.m. at NJSBA headquarters in Trenton. The meeting is open to the public.
The New Jersey School Boards Association Audit Committee will meet at 5:30 p.m. on March 16 at NJSBA's Trenton headquarters. The meeting is open to the public.