More than 170 delegates have already registered to hear the Senate President and former Education Commissioner discuss how to control pension and health care costs.
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The "Securing Our Children's Future Bond Act" was approved with 52 percent of the vote.
Camden, Newark, Paterson approve community-elected school boards.
The 69 recommendations by the task force include dual enrollment, apprenticeships and expansion of career and technical education programs in comprehensive high schools.
139 schools from 44 districts were awarded either Bronze or Silver Tier certification.
NJSBA's Ray Pinney interviews the School Board Member of the Year.
Mindfulness was the theme of the meeting.
In reversing the trial court’s decision, the Appellate Division noted that the plaintiff claimed negligent supervision, not a failure to protect.
This program provides information and training on the parties’ obligations and rights.
“The demand for new technology in public education is growing, but the financial resources that school districts need to acquire that technology have not kept pace. That makes a shared-service arrangement like the NJEdge-NJSBA partnership especially relevant today,” said Dr. Lawrence S. Feinsod, executive director of the NJSBA.
NJSBA has added two policies to the Critical Policy Reference Manual.
Directors discuss the Delegate Assembly, Workshop 2018 and a new NJSBA task force on mental health issues.
The NJDOE's review of the Charter School Program Act of 1995 will "assess New Jersey's approach to charter schools as it relates to those most impacted by the charter school law," Commissioner of Education Dr. Lamont O. Repollet explained.