An NJSBA-backed measure that would expand voting rights of school board members representing sending districts, in sending-receiving relationships, was one of several measures approved by the state Senate.
May 31, 2017 • Vol. XL No. 41
An NJSBA conference held May 30 focused on recommendations for improving student achievement.
The New Jersey School Boards Association and the state PTA hosted their annual Legislative Day, where board members and parents met with state legislators and discussed topics important to New Jersey’s public schools.
The Appellate Division of the Superior Court ruled in a case involving two board members who conducted a site visit, to assess a potential administrator candidate, without board approval.
NJSBA has partnered with the iSchool Initiative to provide unique services designed to build positive culture and empower students to become lifelong learners and leaders.
School districts which register for Workshop 2017 by June 30 will benefit from the “early bird” group registration rate. Workshop includes an additional day of training this year.
Two upcoming programs offered by NJSBA will provide critical information on school law for board attorneys, board members and others.
Legislator meeting, and board and individual recognition, highlighted meetings of the Warren and Sussex county school boards associations.
Updates to critical school board policy have been posted on NJSBA’s Policy Update list.