May 18, 2021 • Vol. XLIV No. 44
NJSBA is offering a special group rate of $900 for up to 25 team members, including school board members, superintendents, school business administrators, IT directors, facilities directors, principals, and other district staff. That's only $36 per person.
Legislative Update: Mental Health, Summer School, Special Ed and Grade Retention Measures Continue to Advance
Senate Education Committee approves legislation on robotics and alleviating learning loss.
Murphy’s executive order that allowed for virtual schooling during the pandemic will not be renewed after this academic year, officially ending the option for online learning.
The school district is required to grant a tenure dismissal hearing to an administrative assistant.
The conference took place completely virtually, giving attendees the opportunity to network and interact with 40 sessions running concurrently over eight tracks.
In today’s Education Matters video, five county school board presidents discuss what parents and educators can learn by listening to eighth-graders.
Senate President Steve Sweeney hosted a roundtable discussion on the benefits and challenges of school regionalization. Sweeney sponsored S-3488, the regionalization bill that unanimously passed the state Senate.
The minimum salary for the position is $80,293. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume by May 28, 2021.
The NJSBA has also updated policies on school meals and curriculum adoption.
Vander Molen, active in the NJSBA, was also vice president of the Manchester Regional High School Board of Education when he died.