January 3, 2019 • Vol. XLII No. 21
Key recommendation: State and school employee plans spend $7 billion each year and should use that purchase power to get better health care at lower costs.
The judge found no evidence to support the contention that legal advice was sought or given.
Podcast scheduled to air Jan. 8.
The nominating committee will present a slate of candidates for election at the Association’s May 18 Delegate Assembly.
NJSBA accepts resolution for School Board Recognition Month 2019.
Well-planned and executed meetings should showcase a board's expectations and set the pace for the district.
An expert panel will provide practical insight on cost-saving measures, procurement, health care, and more.
Col. Steven Rothstein joined Association leaders to discuss future plans.
Materials are available in the Topical School Law Library section of NJSBA’s website.
2018 saw changes in school funding and new leadership at the NJDOE.
Jacqueline McLean and Cynthia Harrison were honored for more than four decades of service.
She received the New Jersey School Boards Association Milestone Award for 20 years of service in 2006.
The Jan. 18 meeting will begin at 7 p.m.
The Jan. 18 meeting will begin at 5:30 p.m.