October 11, 2023 • VOL. XLVII NO. 11
Joseph Nappi, a social studies teacher at Monmouth Regional High School, was honored by the State Board for being named the 2023-2024 New Jersey State Teacher of the Year.
In collaboration with the New Jersey Office of the Secretary of Higher Education, the New Jersey Department of Education recently announced a notice of a grant opportunity for the Innovation Dual Enrollment Pilot.
On Oct. 5, the New Jersey School Boards Association testified before New Jersey’s Anti-Bullying Task Force, which recently held two public hearings to provide families, students and other stakeholders an opportunity to share experiences regarding the implementation of the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act in New Jersey schools.
While there is a practice in some districts for the board president to give a report at each board meeting, there is no requirement to do so.
To recognize New Jersey’s education leaders, Workshop 2023 will feature multiple awards ceremonies honoring individuals throughout the state who make a true difference in public education.
The late Robert C. Silcox Sr. was a longtime president and member of the combined Burlington County Special Services School District and Burlington County Institute of Technology Board of Education.
The subject matter covered during the summit is particularly relevant to K-12 school and district administrators; principals and superintendents; school-based law enforcement; teachers and school staff; mental health practitioners; first responders; federal, state, local, tribal and territorial government partners and other school safety and security professionals.
The U.S. Department of Education recently announced technical assistance centers to support state and local efforts to support and enhance student well-being, academic success and school safety.
Hub staff that are part of the New Jersey Statewide Student Support Services, also called NJ4S, must complete fingerprinting and criminal background checks, the New Jersey Department of Children and Families noted in a letter to stakeholders.
The New Jersey Department of Education is inviting public comment on proposed amendments to the American Rescue Plan Elementary and Secondary Schools Emergency Relief state plan, according to an advisory.
NJDOE Shares Details on Every Student Succeeds Act Accountability School Identification and Exit Process
The NJDOE recently provided updates related to the identification of schools in need of comprehensive and targeted supports and the process for determining whether schools are eligible to exit status according to the Every Student Succeeds Act.
By virtue of winning the State Teacher of the Year honors, Joseph Nappi is the proud recipient of a leased car for one year.
The Pequannock Township Board of Education has earned the New Jersey School Boards Association’s Board Certification.
The Delran Board of Education has earned the New Jersey School Boards Association’s Board Certification. It was presented with its award at the Burlington County School Boards Association's meeting Oct. 5 at the Medford Village Country Club.
The New Milford Board of Education has become a Certified Board of Education, a designation awarded by the New Jersey School Boards Association.
Dr. Anthony N. Dragona, the interim school business administrator and board secretary at Union City Public Schools, delivered a presentation on school district finances at the Hudson County School Boards Association's meeting Oct. 4.
The Morris County School Boards Association heard important updates at its Oct. 5 meeting at Mountain Lakes High School in Mountain Lakes.
The Bergen County School Boards Association held a meeting Oct. 3 at Biagio’s Ristorante in Paramus.
The New Jersey School Boards Association is seeking a senior manager of policy who will report to the director of policy.