July 21, 2020 • Vol. XLIV No. 3
The New Jersey Department of Education will issue further guidance this week, according to the governor.
The law authorizes the state to borrow up to $9.9 billion to address the state's fiscal crisis.
The bills aim to ensure that students are receiving the interventions and supports they need.
The New Jersey Division of Elections has posted single signature electronic candidate petitions for school board candidates on its website.
The decision, which affects New Jersey, explains the limits of board authority.
The update provides details on research done on respiratory aerosols that are released in playing wind and brass instruments, singing and other activities.
Sessions will be held on our online conference platform, allowing presenters to upload materials, and chat with session attendees.
The Education Trust, a national nonprofit that works to close opportunity gaps, has identified 10 questions for equity advocates to ask about distance learning.
New Jersey's U.S. Senator discussed topics including federal funding and potential reopening plans for public K-12 schools.
Members are encouraged to nominate a board member who has been an outstanding trustee of public education.
The Wingman social-emotional learning program was introduced in Bloomfield before the pandemic; the district has continued to use it during the past several months.
The four-part series will cover some of the pressing questions related to reopening schools and serving students with disabilities.
This week's virtual training programs include some from the “Road Back” Training and Information Series, providing resources in connection with the state’s school reopening plan.