February 4, 2020 • Vol. XLIII No. 26
The NJSBA asked that proposed legislation allow districts a menu of options that they could choose to adopt.
Teacher loan redemption program also moves forward.
After a report on the negative impact of the governor's veto of the cap adjustment bill, NJSBA reiterated its stance in favor of the proposal.
Articles include a profile of the Board Member of the Year and a look at the state's efforts to recruit a more diverse teacher workforce.
Three of the elections were extraordinarily close. The construction proposal in Woodbury Heights, Gloucester County, was approved by five votes.
State issues information on students and employees who are returning from China.
April 3 program to focus on public speaking, community engagement and social media.
The conference will feature a panel discussion on cybersecurity.
The new guidance explains how districts can protect the rights of students and staff who want to pray at school.
This week, Margie Long of Maple Shade, Burlington County, and Joan Speroni, of Point Pleasant Borough in Ocean County, are profiled.
Feb. 6 podcast will provide useful public relations advice for school districts.
Deadline to submit nominations is Feb. 29.
The committee will continue the work outlined in the NJSBA's October 2019 study, "Building a Foundation for Hope."
The Bergen County School Boards Association discussed the legal rights of various groups of students.
In Sussex County, board members broke into smaller group sessions to discuss issues in depth.
Senator meets with South Plainfield board members to discuss educational issues.
During a recent meeting of the Camden/Gloucester School Boards Association, board members heard a presentation on who in society has privilege, and what that means.