January 26, 2021 • Vol. XLIV No. 28
The 23-page report includes 11 pages of information and strategies from districts around the state on how they are coping with the health emergency.
The committee also approved a pilot social-emotional learning program for the early elementary years.
One of the most significant concerns is that the enabling legislation did not guarantee every school district would share in the projected savings.
The state has not exercised its full authority regarding vaccinations.
At the request of some of its members, the NJSBA has drafted a sample resolution that asks Gov. Murphy to identify school personnel as essential workers, and give them priority for the available vaccinations.
An Education Matters video interview considers the feasibility of a countywide school district in Salem County.
The first part, “Leading through Chaos,” will examine why leaders need to predict, plan, and clearly assign tasks when an organization faces challenges.
The 10 a.m. Jan. 28 broadcast will discuss the Governor’s Educator of the Year program.
Viewers may watch webinars live to interact and ask questions or access archived broadcasts at any time on the NJSBA webinar page.
Replays of previous broadcasts are listed on the “videos” tab on the left side of the NJSBA Facebook page.
Ms. Veitengruber died on Jan. 19 of COVID-19, her family said on Facebook.