February 14, 2023 • VOL. XLVI NO. 26
On Feb. 1, the New Jersey State Board of Education adopted updated School Ethics Commission regulations. This FAQ below informs board members and other school officials about the changes to the training requirements.
The committee interviewed all eight candidates and prepared a report naming a single candidate for each office. All officer positions will be voted upon at the annual Delegate Assembly meeting on May 13.
A recount that was conducted after the discovery of an election software glitch shows that Steven Clayton was certified as a winner of one of three open seats on the Ocean Township Board of Education – even though Jeffery Weinstein received more votes.
NJSBA School Finance Conference: 'Communications and Compliance with Accountability Regulations' Session Announced
A newly-announced session, "Communications and Compliance with Accountability Regulations," will feature representatives from the New Jersey School Public Relations Association to highlight how to navigate communicating with the community.
In accordance with the Open Public Meetings Act, notice is hereby served of the regular meeting of the New Jersey School Boards Association’s Legislative Committee, to be held on Saturday, March 4.
The NJDOE issued an advisory providing guidance regarding the submission of medical clearance from a psychiatrist, physician, or other mental health professional as a contingency for a student returning to school following a behavioral incident.
Public school leaders estimated that about half — 49% — of their students began the 2022-2023 year behind grade level in at least one academic subject, according to data released Feb. 9 by the National Center for Education Statistics.
In the wake of the death of a student at Central Regional High School in Ocean County, Acting Commissioner of Education Dr. Angelica Allen-McMillan and state Department of Children and Families Commissioner Christine Norbut Beyer issued a joint statement Feb. 13.
Sustainable Jersey’s Student Climate Challenge is now open to New Jersey public school students in grades 6 to 12.
The New Jersey School Boards Association is seeking a policy manager to provide policy services to local boards of education.
Robert Lloyd “Bob” Brandt, 74, of Blairstown, New Jersey, died Nov. 10, 2022. He was a proud member of the North Warren Board of Education for over 20 years and served in many different offices.