On July 24, Gov. Phil Murphy signed S-2, which repeals the enrollment growth aid caps and phases out the "adjustment aid" received by certain districts.
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In a recent decision, the Appellate Division clarified that boards of education are required to provide superintendents with “an affirmative, timely declaration of non-renewal in writing.”
The deadline for prospective school board candidates for the November annual school election to submit nominating petitions in fast approaching. Petitions are due Monday July 30.
NJSBA has posted a "Frequently Asked Questions" document to address questions regarding the recent U.S. Supreme Court Janus decision.
On July 20, Gov. Phil Murphy signed S-1974, which requires that a nominating petition for any state, county, school, or municipal elective public office must include a functioning email address for the candidate.
At its July monthly meeting, the State Board of Education elected a president and vice president, and heard updates from the NJDOE on standardized testing in the state.
In August NJSBA will offer two opportunities for board members in the second or third year of their first term, or in the first year of a re-elected or re-appointed term, to complete their mandated training.
Photographs of some of NJSBA's summer meetings between board of education members and their local legislators.
June’s Monthly Minute video features the last-minute state budget deal, a major U.S. Supreme Court decision and the oldest high school graduate in New Jersey.
NJSBA will offer two technology-related webinars in August, one on STEM learning, and one on lowering school district operating expenses.
A Sept. 18 webinar will feature an overview of the federal E-Rate program, and offer cost-savings strategies for school districts.
NJSBA is seeking to fill the position of Counsel/Legal and Labor Relations to provide training and information to local board of education members and charter school trustees, school attorneys and school administrators.
John C. Paladino, president of the Newfield Board of Education, passed away suddenly on Saturday, July 7, 2018.