The Path to Progress report of the Legislature’s Economic and Fiscal Policy Workgroup is expected to be the focus of Senator Sweeney’s and former Commissioner Davy’s presentations.
Commissioner of Education Lamont Repollet announced an assessment of the state’s charter school program on Oct. 11.
The Workshop app offers an opportunity to actively engage in Workshop throughout the event by networking with other attendees, vendors and speakers and posting pictures to the newsfeed.
Sister Carol Adams of Salem City will be honored by NJSBA President Dan Sinclair on Wednesday, Oct. 24 during the 2018 Workshop being held in Atlantic City.
At Workshop 2018, on Tuesday, Oct. 23 from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m., the task force will present its revised security report, which makes additional recommendations for school districts and governments. The program, “NJSBA School Security Task Force Update,” will take place in Room 304 at the Atlantic City Convention Center.
The 2018 Election is the perfect time to introduce students to the process of voting by participating in a mock election.
The New Jersey School Boards Association, in collaboration with Sustainable Jersey for Schools, is offering members and school district personnel several opportunities to attend a one-day Sustainable Practices Working Session.
If you are a school board candidate, this podcast will help you be prepared for your first meeting.
Tours are being offered of three Monmouth County schools that are models for a federal Green Ribbon Schools sustainability program.
Photos of three county school board association meetings.
Career-focused students and the educational opportunities they need to build successful careers are the cover story of the current issue of School Leader magazine.
The latest Monthly Minute takes a look at some of the major stories in education for the month of September, including the State Board’s changes to PARCC testing, and Gov. Murphy’s cost-saving changes to school and state employee health benefit plans.