May 19, 2020 • Vol. XLIII No. 41
Lawmakers also approved legislation that would facilitate the implementation of temporary job-sharing furlough programs by the state and local governments, including school districts.
The court ruled parents must give districts an opportunity to meet the needs of special education students prior to unilaterally placing a student in a private school for students with disabilities.
The waivers, which provide more flexibility within the child nutrition programs, will extend through Aug. 31.
NJSBA developed the document, which addresses both public and executive sessions.
Results continue to be reported for New Jersey’s first school election held exclusively by vote-by-mail.
High school graduations are a milestone in the life of any student; districts are devising plans to congratulate and celebrate their students.
A panel of educators will discuss the challenges that parents have faced, as well as provide suggestions on how to meet the needs of students at home.
The group discussed what the federal and state departments of education are requiring of local districts during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Recent and upcoming programming includes discussions with New Jersey educators, and NJSBA attorneys.
Recent additions include CARES Act funding guidance and CDC School Reopening Guidelines.
Shuler, who served as a board of education member for 52 years, died on May 12 of pneumonia caused by COVID-19.