March 10, 2020 • Vol. XLIII No. 31
Schools ordered to close March 18. Governor declares state of emergency; NJDOE issues guidance on how home instruction can count towards 180-day requirement. Number of cases up to 176 in New Jersey.
More details will be available after legislation is introduced.
Contest participants will be contacted with details as soon as they are available.
Legislative Update: Pre-Apprenticeship; Electric School Bus and Teacher Loan Redemption Programs Approved by State Senate
Plastic bag ban and "Gun Violence Awareness Day" also move forward.
Projects were approved in Woodbridge, Middlesex County and Belmar, Monmouth County.
Learn how to recognize and address salary guide aberrations with strategies to effectively negotiate guide changes.
Learn about easy-to-manage solutions for physical and cybersecurity challenges.
The readoption of special education rules, with amendments, was discussed.
The commissioner ruled that because an employee's performance was satisfactory in the year following the increment withholding, the employee was entitled to receive the next increment in the salary guide.
There are several issues that a board should consider when drafting a teleconferencing policy.
The conference will feature cybersecurity information and sessions on makerspaces, lockdown procedures, and Open Public Records Act (OPRA) requests.
NJSBA counsel John Burns, and Cherie Adams, a Belmar board member and NJSBA Special Education Committee member, will be among those addressing the conference.
Charitable organizations are accepting donations.
Three board members joined the committee.
The meeting is scheduled to take place on March 20 at 7 p.m.
The March 20 meeting will take place at 5:30 p.m.