March 23, 2021 • Vol. XLIV No. 36
The NJSBA will offer a virtual Workshop Conference again this year, with new features. Last year, NJSBA held a highly successful virtual conference, which attracted approximately 6,000 participants, provided 100 training sessions and featured 140 exhibitors.
On Friday, March 19, the NJSBA Board of Directors unanimously approved the proposed Association budget for the year beginning July 1, 2021.
The new federal guidance may help more schools reopen for in-person instruction.
There is a provision in Chapter 44 that provides a potential alternative pathway to relief from rising costs.
In State Budget Testimony, NJSBA Welcomes $578 Million in New Formula Aid, Supports Stabilization Aid
The Association also applauds the proposed increase in Extraordinary Special Education Aid, which will help more than 500 school districts.
The court noted the lack of evidence that the board’s HIB finding would jeopardize the student’s chances at college admission.
"Laura Wooten's Law," requiring increased civics instruction, and a bill affecting student journalists' rights were among the education-related bills that moved forward.
In Mendham Borough, women make up most of the leadership team.
The deadline to contact the NJSBA about the programs is March 31.
The keynote speakers will include Soledad O’Brien, an award-winning journalist; Leslie Odom, Jr., a Tony and Grammy award-winning actor and musician; and Shawn Achor, a psychology researcher and author.
New Jersey is widely recognized as a national leader in arts education. In 2019, the Garden State became the first state in the nation to provide universal access to arts education for all public-school students.
Learn how managed services deliver cost-effective solutions that increase operational efficiencies, enable development, and provide schools with a secure, powerfully-backed infrastructure.
Details on the new NJSBA budget, the upcoming virtual Workshop in 2021, and the NJSBA's response to the pandemic were among the items discussed.
Hunger Free New Jersey has recently launched a campaign to inform parents about Pandemic EBT, which is special food assistance program to help parents buy groceries during the pandemic.
The virtual meeting is scheduled to take place on Saturday, March 27, at 9 a.m.
Mr. Wells and his widow, Ann, met at an NJSBA spring dinner.
Mr. Caruso was deeply committed to serving the Rumson and Fair Haven communities.
This meeting will now take place on Thursday, April 15 at 1 p.m.