May 12, 2020 • Vol. XLIII No. 40
The state Senate and Assembly are scheduled to vote on S-2392 and A-3969 on Thursday, May 14.
Due to concerns about public health, NJSBA has decided to not hold an in-person Workshop 2020 conference in October; an exciting three-day virtual training conference is planned.
Share your district's plans for a virtual high school graduation.
The elections, originally scheduled to take place April 21, were conducted exclusively using vote by mail.
The Senate President spoke about a range of topics, including the need for districts to receive updated information on school funding; his proposed Employee Job-Sharing Furlough Protection Act, and health benefits reform.
The governor recognized the achievements of the state’s 261,000 special education students and the work of the teachers, parents, school administrators and school board members who support them.
An update for boards of education that are currently involved in negotiations with employee associations.
New information on the impact of COVID-19 on schools, issues to consider when schools reopen, and state and federal guidance.
Among the State Board's actions was a resolution honoring a concentration camp survivor who helped pass the state laws that mandated instruction on the Holocaust and genocide.
The NJSBA Board of Directors met virtually on Friday, May 8.
An online program will explore how arts education fosters social- emotional growth and contributes to positive school culture.
The virtual meeting will be hed on Wednesday, May 20 at 11 a.m.
Dr. Kenneth Conte, a member of the Garfield Board of Education, died of complications related to COVID-19 on Thursday, April 23.