January 29, 2019 • Vol. XLII No. 25
Legislation to resolve the testing issue was on the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee agenda Monday, but no action was taken.
The competition asks the district teams to invent something new, modify an existing product, or identify a situation or real world problem.
Hazlet and Warren Hills Regional board members cited.
Board members in Watchung and Point Pleasant Borough recognized for public safety service.
New anti-bullying task force would also be created if legislation wins final approval.
Participants will review a Sustainability Wellness Check, which will be in alignment with the Sustainable Jersey for Schools certification program.
Oxford referendum rejected by a 190-190 vote.
Entries must be received by March 29, 2019.
Programs will be held on Feb. 9, Feb. 22 and Feb. 23.
Township has 31,000 nonpublic school students. The lawsuit contends that formula ignores negative impact of required nonpublic school services on resources for the 6,000 children enrolled in district public schools.
A resolution creates an opportunity to help shape NJSBA policy.
The court held that administrative agencies, such as the NJDOE, cannot issue binding pronouncements in the area of federal constitutional law.
March 8 conference offers 4 Board Member Academy credits.
The conference will also include an overview of state aid for schools.
Open format allowed board members to select topics to discuss.