June 9, 2020 • Vol. XLIII No. 44
Districts have been told how much they could receive, but they must apply for the money.
NJSBA believes Emma's Law would create financial hardships for districts.
California, Georgia, and Illinois release their guidance on reopening schools.
Dr. Melissa Sadin will discuss the impact of the pandemic on children who live in disadvantaged neighborhoods.
Delegates will need a computer or smart telephone to vote during the meeting.
Viewers may watch webinars live to interact and ask questions, or they can see an archived broadcast at any time on the NJSBA webinar page.
The program will discuss building strong relationships that facilitate collaboration among educators, while focusing on teaching quality and educational improvements for students.
The new sex education standards call for fifth graders to be taught that “all individuals should feel welcome and included regardless of their gender, gender expression, or sexual orientation.”
The U.S. House of Representatives aims to pass a budget bill in August, but Senate action is expected to take longer.
The I-STEAM and Sustainability event will kick off a series of summer design challenges and problem-solving activities that students and families can do at home.
The magazine also features a special report NJSBA released May 20 about the challenges facing schools in the months ahead, “Searching for a New Normal in New Jersey’s Public Schools.”
Practicing school board attorneys will share research and their own experiences concerning the latest court decisions, administrative rulings, statutes, and codes that affect public education.
PERC ruled that an arbitrator, not the education commissioner, would handle a case involving increment withholding.
This year's School Leader Awards will showcase creative programs schools used to address the challenges of remote learning. Entries must be received by 4:30 p.m. on June 26.
Accomplished women in leadership will share their experiences on a variety of education topics.