July 27, 2021 • Vol. XLV No. 2
The new 'Wind Down' program will give conference attendees a chance to gather in smaller, informal groups to discuss topics and interact with fellow board members.
The NJSBA is providing information on a topic that has surfaced at many board meetings.
Here is useful information on how to interact with the public in a productive, professional manner.
The new issue features an interview with NJSBA’s new president, Irene LeFebvre.
The recently released Q&A document clarifies how the federal Office for Civil Rights interprets schools’ existing obligations concerning sexual harassment complaints.
Technical assistance sessions will provide an overview of school mental health services, including strategies for identifying needs, and ideas for how to target COVID relief funds to close gaps in services.
The Superior Court ruled that a parent does not have an independent right to a due process hearing when seeking to pursue a stand-alone denial-of-access claim.
Federal civil rights office says 'long-term' COVID symptoms may qualify as a disability.
Kathy Goldenberg and Andrew Mulvihill were re-elected as president and vice-president, respectively.