March 12, 2019 • Vol. XLII No. 31
The proposed budget will be reviewed by the Senate and Assembly budget committees, with a new state budget scheduled to go into effect on July 1.
Another bill would establish a four-year pilot program to study the impact of later start times for high school students.
Proposed new rules would address the shortage of career and technical education teachers.
The legislators discussed cost-saving recommendations in the Path to Progress report.
Three bills opposed by the NJSBA were held by legislative leadership.
Employers covered by the law will be required to provide 12 weeks of job-protected family leave to employees during every 24-month period.
Board members can earn two I-STEAM Leader credits by attending a free event on either March 16 or March 22.
Information sessions will provide attendees with details regarding program requirements, student selection, implementation and training.
"Unsung student heroes" honored for making their district a better place.
Mental health professionals will address effective preventive and supportive measures, as well as interventions for risky behaviors, depression, and thoughts of self-harm.
Attendees learned from industry experts in breakout sessions and during a networking lunch.
The test structure will include both a written and an interactive problem-solving section.
Eighth-grade student dialogs occurred in all three counties.
New members joined the committee.
Board members are invited to join about 180 teachers and students at popular annual event.
The program is part of Special Education Week 2019 in New Jersey.