Several legislative panels, including both the Senate and Assembly Education Committees, returned to the State House over the past week and advanced a number of bills impacting school districts and students.
May 15, 2018 • Vol. XLI No. 39
The May 11 NJSBA Board of Directors meeting featured a demonstration of the Association’s new videoconferencing system, which was donated by Cisco Systems.
The U.S. Army's unique partnership with NJSBA in support of STEAM education – science, technology, engineering, the arts and math – was the focus of a May 15 meeting.
The NJSBA Delegate Assembly will take place Saturday, May 19. School Board Notes provides a preview.
The Appellate Division of the Superior Court issued a decision upholding the lenient standard arbitrators use to determine tenure charges under the TEACHNJ Act.
The NJSBA Legislative Committee welcomed new members at a recent meeting.
Student achievement, school board leadership training, and more education news are the focus of NJSBA's latest Monthly Minute video.
As part of its commitment to helping schools across New Jersey reach their I-STEAM goals, the New Jersey School Boards Association is hosting its third in a series of “Are You I-STEAM Ready?” training programs.
NJSBA’s A+ Ideas, Programs and Practices online directory is looking to showcase good ideas from New Jersey's public schools.
County school boards associations recognized member milestones and presented awards and certificates.
Gov. Phil Murphy has recognized the achievements of the state’s 250,000 children who receive special education instruction and the work of the teachers, parents, school administrators and others who support them.
NJSBA's Board of Directors rolled out its video-conferencing capability at a May 11 meeting.
NJSBA is sponsoring regional forums designed to help school board members from “underfunded” districts advocate for the state aid their students deserve.