March 2, 2021 • Vol. XLIV No. 33
Districts will use local assessment data to report on whether students are below, on, or above grade level.
Dr. Miguel Cardona will help lead the Biden administration’s efforts to reopen schools during the pandemic.
Legislative Update: NJSBA-Backed COVID-19 Procurement Measure Heads to Governor; Mental Health Package Advances
Sixteen education-related bills move forward.
The governor’s budget proposal is now before the Legislature, which has until June 30 to approve it, change it, or adopt a spending plan of its own.
Senator Vin Gopal, co-sponsor of pending regionalization legislation, will be the featured guest speaker.
The National School Boards Association is urging educators to sign a letter to President Biden and Congress to improve internet access for students throughout the nation.
The acting commissioner overturned a judge’s finding that the sixth period teaching positions were not tenurable.
The latest issue of the NJSBA's award winning magazine features a special section on educational technology.
A legislative update is scheduled for March 17.
The online meeting will be held on March 19 at 7 p.m.
The meeting will be held remotely on Friday, March 19, at 5:30 p.m.