The law now provides school districts with both cost savings and the ability to more easily procure COVID-19 goods and services.
May 11, 2021 • Vol. XLIV No. 43
Legislative Update: Bills to Create Social-Emotional Learning Program, Address Substitute Teacher Shortages Now Law
NJSBA supported both measures throughout the legislative process.
Acting Commissioner Allen-McMillan and her accompanying staff said the New Jersey Department of Education (NJDOE) stands ready to assist local districts to develop and implement reopening plans.
The board approved a resolution concerning the sale of the NJSBA's property in Hamilton.
The commission's decision to censure a board member will be reviewed by the Acting Commissioner of Education.
Final federal approval for vaccines for adolescents is expected to come on May 12.
Due to the pandemic, the State Board delayed implementation of the revised learning standards until September 2022.
NJSBA officers will be elected; two resolutions will be considered.
The governor's proclamation calls upon all residents to "recognize the achievements of New Jersey’s special education students and the outstanding contributions made by educators, school board members, schools and agencies for the disabled, and their parents.”