January 10, 2023 • VOL. XL NO. 21
The New Jersey School Boards Association has debuted a new page on its website with information specifically for board of education presidents, “Resources for Board Presidents.”
The New Jersey Department of Education will be required to develop information literacy standards in its next required update of the NJSLS.
As board members know, while board of education elections are often hotly contested, in New Jersey they are deliberately nonpartisan. A candidate for a board of education may not be identified on a ballot as belonging to a political party.
Charles Pallas, a member of the Moonachie Board of Education in Bergen County, shares why he’s so proud to be a board member – and others express their admiration for him continuing to serve even as he gears up to turn 100 in an NJSBA video.
School Leader, the quarterly magazine of the New Jersey School Boards Association, is pleased to introduce a new “Up Close” companion video feature that will accompany select feature articles.
The county school boards association meetings are opportunities for board members to receive professional development and up-to-date information on current education initiatives, legislation and regulations affecting public schools.
The NJDOE reminds school districts, charter schools, and renaissance school projects that the School Ethics Commission has established an electronic method for completing personal/relative and financial disclosure statements, which are required to be filed annually by all school officials.
The Department of Education, Office of Elementary and Secondary Education’s Office of Safe and Supportive Schools is hosting a two-part webinar titled “Human Trafficking - The Roles of Families in Human Trafficking: Participation, Prevention, and Intervention.”
The New Jersey School Boards Association’s Board of Directors meeting is scheduled for Friday evening, Jan. 27, 2023, at 7 p.m. The meeting will be held remotely.
In accordance with the Open Public Meetings Act, notice is hereby provided of a meeting of the New Jersey School Boards Association’s Audit Committee.
The New Jersey School Boards Association is seeking a full-time human resources and senior executive assistant to join its staff.