January 23, 2019 • Vol. XLII No. 24
As a result of the Equity Council’s work, discussion and materials about equity issues in education are now being included in the NJSBA's New Board Member Orientation training.
Sen. Teresa Ruiz, chair of the Senate Education Committee, has introduced a potential legislative remedy to the court’s decision. Her bill is scheduled for a hearing before the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee at noon on Monday, Jan. 28.
Highlights of community service by board members in Passaic, Essex and Burlington counties.
Learn about the fiscal and practical impact of changing health care plans or creating new healthcare coverage alternatives.
A special panel discussion will explain how Howell Township Public Schools improve student achievement through technology.
Brandon Pugh, vice president for legislation/resolutions, cited for service to the Association.
NJSBA and the New Jersey PTA will again co-sponsor the Annual Legislative Day on May 16, 2019 at the War Memorial in Trenton, board members were told.
Superintendent Sancha K. Gray also discussed the value of attending the NJSBA’s annual Workshop with her board of education.
The NJSBA notified school business administrators, board presidents, county association presidents and delegates about the cutoff date.
Well-planned and executed meetings should showcase a board's expectations and set the pace for the district.
Both had distinguished careers in education.
Boards discuss social emotional learning and governance issues.