November 10, 2020 • Vol. XLIV No. 18
The NJSBA and U.S. Army will kick off the 2021 Virtual STEAM Tank Challenge during a 10 a.m. Facebook Live broadcast on Monday.
The deadline to submit a proposal is Dec. 31, 2020.
The teacher was expected to assume a wholly foreign area of specialized teaching at the kindergarten level, but was not provided materials, meaningful peer or supervisory support, the arbitrator noted.
In a Nov. 12 podcast at 3 p.m., Paterson Superintendent Eileen Shafer, and Jerry Scacchitti, regional vice president for Trox, are scheduled to discuss how they worked together to help students find the devices they needed.
Each night during Workshop, a program highlighting student talents and creativity was offered. Due to their popularity, the events are being rebroadcast in full on NJSBA’s Facebook Page.
The effort aims to educate students and families about the opportunities that the United States armed forces provide for post-secondary education and career training.
The NJSBA is sponsoring a recently added category in the Garden State Film Festival called "New Jersey Hometown Documentary Short" (under five minutes), which presents a special opportunity for student filmmakers.
The State Board also approved the appointment of Lisa Gleason to serve as assistant commissioner, Division of Academics and Performance, and Rebecca Lubot to be chief education policy advisor.
The discussion will center on how following the new climate change standards can help classroom instruction.
Participants must be registered by 5 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 19 to receive the logon information.
Gov. Phil Murphy, in a tweet on Tuesday, noted, “Saddened by the passing of Mark Biedron, my friend ... Mark was a giant.”
Ms. Haynes served on the Mount Laurel Board of Education for 39 years.