March 24, 2020 • Vol. XLIII No. 33
NJSBA is open for business, with attorneys, labor relations and policy experts, field service representatives and governmental relations staff all providing service.
The NJSBA has requested that a comprehensive, district-by-district analysis of the bill’s fiscal impact be completed before it obtains final passage.
After Gov. Murphy’s announcement, the education commissioner issued a memo to chief school administrators, stating that further guidance will be forthcoming.
The Friday 3 p.m. podcast will address the state budget and health benefit reforms.
NJSBA will be going “live” throughout this crisis to address commonly asked questions by boards, school administrators, and educators from around the state.
The sessions will present relevant issues and provide a forum for school leaders and educators to share experiences in developing virtual learning environments and the challenges they have overcome.
New state guidelines make it easier to conduct remote board meetings.
Take a few moments to complete a survey about operating a school district during a pandemic.
Hear the podcast on meeting the needs of special ed students during the crisis live on Tuesday, March 31 at 3 p.m. or listen to an archived version later.
Links, videos, pictures, resources, questions: Send them in an email to us, and we'll share what you've learned and experienced with others.
The Board of Directors changed the date of the upcoming Delegate Assembly from May 16, to Saturday, June 27, 2020.
The March 5 Morris County School Boards Association meeting addressed "meeting the challenge of the middle school student."