January 15, 2019 • Vol. XLII No. 23
School numbers likely to be released by March 7.
Districts should continue to plan for and deliver all state assessments as scheduled.
Gov. Murphy recognized the “countless hours, without remuneration” spent by nearly 5,000 local board of education members.
The additional aid ensures 2,320 children will start the next school year in September in a high-quality preschool classroom.
Also on the ballot: Voters in Lafayette, Sussex County, will be asked to break a 63-63 tie between two school board write-in candidates.
The arbitrator neglected his duties when, after dismissing allegations of theft, he failed to consider the district’s other charges, the court said.
The program will show how local school board members can work with their chief school administrators to build a healthy environment for learning.
The CAR program aims to support best practices that directly and positively impact student learning.
The deadline for candidates to submit their nominating petitions is at 4 p.m. on Feb. 25.
The session will include updates on legislative or executive branch initiatives relating to school aid.
Districts are encouraged to take advantage of the $40 million in available federal E-rate funding.
Approximately 100 new members attended the training.
Trends in health benefits were discussed.
The competition asks the district teams to invent something new, modify an existing product, or identify how to solve a real world problem.