Recently introduced legislation would modify New Jersey's school funding statutes, changing the 2018-2019 state aid allocations proposed in the governor's recommended budget. In a statement issued this week, NJSBA addressed the school funding situation.
June 12, 2018 • Vol. XLI No. 43
The state Senate recently confirmed Dr. Lamont Repollet as New Jersey Commissioner of Education.
On June 7, both the General Assembly and Senate held voting sessions. Among the measures that received final legislative approval was a package of bills intended to promote firearm safety and stem gun violence.
New Jersey's 5,000 members of local boards of education were honored on June 2 with the New Jersey State Governor's Jefferson Award, which recognizes outstanding acts of volunteer public service.
A federal district court in New York determined recently that a government official could not block individuals from his Twitter account.
The latest Monthly Minute video looks back at education news from NJSBA for the month of May.
The Pequannnock Township Board of Education recently earned NJSBA's highest board certification, the Carole E. Larsen Master Board Award.
An update from the most recent monthly meeting of New Jersey's State Board of Education.
At the Bergen County School Boards Association's last meeting of the school year, members heard from a state Assemblyman and honored several members for achieving the Certified Board Leader designation.
Register now through June 30 to receive NJSBA's special “early bird” group registration rate for Workshop 2018, to be held Oct. 22-25.
On Thursday, June 14, NJSBA's podcast will feature a conversation with Joseph Roselle, from Schenk, Price, Smith & King, LLP, on a new law which impacts school district personnel practices.
NJSBA has posted updated sample petitions to its candidate's kit; the petitions were updated after the recent enactment of a law which allows board of education candidates to circulate a nominating petition jointly and to be bracketed together on the ballot.
NJSBA is accepting entries for the annual School Leader Awards, which showcase creative programs from New Jersey schools. Entries must be received by 4:30 p.m. June 22.
The New Jersey School Boards Association is accepting applications for two open position vacancies: assistant editor, and counsel.