May 27, 2020 • Vol. XLIII No. 42
The governor is seeking legislative permission to borrow billions to avoid painful cuts in spending.
A comparison between the governor’s plan and the broader proposal reflected in legislation now on his desk. NJSBA obtained several amendments to that legislation, explicitly authorizing boards of education to implement job-sharing furlough programs.
House bill faces stiff opposition in the U.S. Senate.
The NJSIAA suspended the coach for two years and fined him $1,000.
New to NJSBA’s COVID-19 Resource Center: HVAC Readiness, ESSER Fund Webinar, H.S. Athletics, Health & Safety Guidelines
The latest additions to NJSBA’s COVID-19 Resource Center can be accessed at www.njsba.org/COVID-19.
Initial survey findings and comments were published May 20 in “Searching for a New Normal in New Jersey’s Public Schools: An NJSBA Special Report on How the Coronavirus is Affecting Education in the Garden State.”
In this interview with the NJSBA, the senator discusses the state budget, state aid to school districts, graduations, and the reopening of schools.
Podcasts address remote learning for special education students and how a small town handled a serious outbreak.
Join the events live or access the archived versions.
NJSBA webinars may be accessed when they are presented, but they are also archived. If you miss a program, go to www.njsba.org/training/webinars for a full list of presentations.
The deadline for candidates to submit their nominating petition to the county clerk is 4 p.m. July 27, 2020.
Selected students will be required to attend four annual Governor’s STEM Scholars symposiums on STEM opportunities in industry, academia, and government, and complete a year-long research project.