November 30, 2021 • Vol. XLV No. 16
Aid cuts to certain districts and charter schools in New Jersey’s 2022 budget violate the maintenance of equity provision in the American Rescue Plan Elementary and Secondary School Relief Fund, according to the U.S. Department of Education.
The Woodrow Wilson Community School of Bayonne School District in Hudson County and School Number 5 of the Linden Public School District, Union County, were named 2021 National Elementary and Secondary Education Act Distinguished Schools.
Transitioning to a schoolwide program allows a district to use Title I funds to improve academic achievement and enables a school to more effectively leverage federal funds to upgrade its educational program.
You still have time to encourage students to apply science, technology, engineering, arts and math to solve big problems by participating in the 2022 STEAM Tank Challenge.
On Nov. 19, the New Jersey School Boards Association’s board of directors formally approved “Framework for the Future,” NJSBA’s Strategic Plan for 2022-2024.
Two communications professionals recently shared best practices on how New Jersey school districts can communicate better with the community on “Education Matters,” NJSBA's popular video series.
Morris County School Boards Association members enjoyed a moment together at their Nov. 18 meeting.
Sustainable Jersey will hold a free webinar, Wednesday, Jan. 26 on “Funding for Transitioning Fleets to EVs.”