New Jersey voters are being asked to fund expansion of county vocational programs, school security improvements and water infrastructure projects.
October 30, 2018 • Vol. XLII No. 13
This year, 1,566 board of education positions are on the ballot, and 23 school districts will act on ballot proposals, ranging from construction bond issues, to requests to increase the local tax levy.
A summary of the progress of dozens of bills that could affect public education.
Attendees participated in more than 250 small group learning opportunities on subjects including student achievement, school security, and education programs for the career-focused student.
Nineteen photos of the NJSBA's annual conference.
Little Steven talks with the NJSBA about his strong support of teachers and public education.
The final report, with 15 recommendations, was released on October 23 during Workshop 2018. It follows the Association’s 2014 study, "What Makes Schools Safe?"
Nov. 1 is the deadline for those wishing to register to speak at the meeting.
School employees who already receive paid sick leave will not be affected by the new law, according to the state Department of Labor and Workforce Development.
Board members can earn Academy Credits by attending one of the training sessions.
School boards are required to develop an opioid policy for grades nine through 12.
Marsha Hershman of the Lindenwold Board of Education will serve as the chairperson.
Margaret “Peg” Lawlor, 86, died after an illness on Oct. 25, surrounded by family and friends. Peg began working at the New Jersey School Boards Association in 1979 and retired, after a distinguished career, as director of publications and managing editor in 1997.