June 2, 2020 • Vol. XLIII No. 43
NJSBA’s President and Executive Director address the incident in Minneapolis, the protests that followed, and efforts to create a secure learning environment for all students, free of the evils of racism and discrimination.
The bill gives the Murphy administration the authority to pay off the bonds over 35 years.
Serious challenges await districts in safely reopening schools.
From Oct. 20 through Oct. 22, NJSBA will provide a premier distance learning experience, showcasing best practices.
The new aid numbers reflect the recent announcement by the state treasurer of a proposed $336 million reduction in state education aid.
A sudden spike in unemployment due to the coronavirus has left some families struggling to pay for meals.
New federal aid is not expected until July.
Online meeting to be held on June 27.
The NJSBA Equity Council will explore equity issues that have emerged during the COVID-19 health crisis.
Kimberly Dickstein Hughes discusses the challenges that teachers face in delivering remote instruction.
The question at the heart of this matter was who should bear the cost of the placement — the district or the charter school?
Junior Achievement of N.J. will sponsor a free virtual event for high school and middle school students on today’s pharmaceutical industry.
Virtual ceremonies and drive-through/drive-in ceremonies that are otherwise compliant with Executive Order No. 142 may occur at any time, according to the NJDOE.