June 16, 2020 • Vol. XLIII No. 45
School sports workouts will be strictly regulated to protect student athletes from the coronavirus.
State Guidelines for Resuming In-Person Special Ed Services ‘Insufficient’ to Protect Students, Group Says
The state’s new standards aren't specific enough to safely guide reopening indoor programs for children with severe disabilities, said Dr. Howard Lerner, chair of the joint council of special services districts.
Legislative Update: Bills on Student Athlete Physicals, Anti-Hazing, and Electronic Construction Procurement Move Forward
The state Senate passed a bill that would allow a student athlete who has not completed a physical exam to participate in school-sponsored sports.
In a video interview, David Aderhold, superintendent of the West Windsor-Plainsboro School District, raises questions about plans to open schools in the fall.
Submit a video as part of an application to make a presentation at the Virtual Workshop Conference taking place this year from Oct. 20 through Oct. 22.
How does your garden grow? Find out Wednesday during a Facebook Live event. If you miss the program, watch an archived, recorded version.
Learn how to effectively interview and hire administrators, teachers, counselors and other staff online.
Because a parent enrolled a child in a dance program at a high school not covered by a sending-receiving agreement, the court said the parent must pay the tuition bill.
Delegates will need a smartphone or computer to vote.
Entries must be received by 4:30 p.m. on June 26.
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Bids will be unsealed and read in public both through video conference and by telephone at 2 p.m. on July 1, 2020.