January 12, 2021 • Vol. XLIV No. 26
The order applies only to the 2020-2021 academic year and does not address standardized achievement tests typically administered in the spring.
“By making meaningful contributions to public education, the dedicated members of local school boards have greatly enhanced the quality of life in our State,” the governor’s proclamation said.
NJSBA supports the procurement legislation, which is part of the Association’s “Pandemic Advocacy Agenda” that identifies action items to help school boards cope with the pandemic.
It is imperative that school district computer policies require proper limitations or controls to prevent students from accessing inappropriate sites.
As COVID continues to impact school districts, NJSBA continues to adjust and adapt to meet the needs of its members.
Regulations for transportation and adult education also addressed.
In the weeks ahead, webinars will include a deep dive into the new Sustainable Jersey Digital Schools program, community relations, and a legislative update.
The NJSBA Member Census may only be completed by the school business administrator.
Dr. Kathleen Taylor, superintendent of the Ocean City School District in Cape May County, discusses in a video interview how her district has addressed the academic and social-emotional needs of students during the pandemic.
Offered through NJSBA’s contract with Carahsoft, New Jersey K-12 institutions will have access to CDI’s cloud and managed services to monitor, maintain and manage their day-to-day IT infrastructure needs on site or in the cloud.
The meeting will be held remotely on Friday, Feb. 5, at 5:30 p.m.