The NJSBA Delegate Assembly approved an expanded policy on school security, calling for “meaningful and uniform laws governing access to firearms” across the country.
May 22, 2018 • Vol. XLI No. 40
Legislative Update: Governor Signs Union-Backed Workplace Democracy Enhancement Act; NJSBA Supports Gun Control Measures
Gov. Phil Murphy signed legislation designed to ensure New Jersey’s public sector unions have sufficient access to the employees they represent, entitled the “Workplace Democracy Enhancement Act. Gun safety measures also advanced.
School funding, PARCC testing, and school security were among the topics discussed at NJSBA’s eighth annual Legislative Day.
On Monday, May 21, five programs from New Jersey schools were honored for their programs aimed at special education students.
While the April 30 deadline for school officials to file Financial and Personal/Relative Disclosure Statements has passed, please be reminded that if you missed the deadline you must file immediately to avoid sanctions under the School Ethics Act
A new video series produced by NJSBA, “Conversations on School Security,” is now available online.
The Cape May and Warren County School Boards Associations each met recently, and presented awards and certificates to members.
Nearly $3 million in New Jersey's County Vocational School District Partnership grants will be distributed among seven school districts, the N.J. Department of Education announced recently.
NJSBA's recent Special Ed Symposium focused on ways that districts and parents can work together to provide the most appropriate education for students with special needs.
NJSBA has updated policies to reflect new requirements.