October 8, 2019 • Vol. XLIII No. 11
Governor pledges swift action on recommendations.
Deadline for submissions is Dec. 6, 2019.
Recipient focuses on Shakespeare, global citizenship.
The proposed amendments reflected the transition by the NJDOE to the next generation of state assessments.
Governor wants the NJDOE to strengthen its safe drinking water regulations to require schools to test for lead every three years, rather than every six years.
The N.J. Civil Service Commission said the lack of prior offenses did not serve to mitigate the seriousness of his actions on the day in question.
The podcast with former NJDOE Commissioner of Education Kimberley Harrington Markus will air Oct. 16 at 2 p.m.
Equity will be the direct focus of at least eight Workshop presentations.
Also featured: “Board Presidents: Are You Leading or Managing?”; a story on best practices for filling board vacancies; and how to change a dysfunctional board culture.
Discover a new category especially for public school students: The New Jersey Hometown Documentary Short.
New Jersey's public schools are named Number One in the nation by Education Week.
NJSBA works with districts on improving the current salary guide even when it is not a negotiating year.
Teachers use the program to motivate students and stress the importance of sports, team activities, doing well in school and good decision-making.
A new president takes office in Hudson County, and the Saddle River Board of Education becomes Board Certified.
Cape May County honors a student performer, and the Camden/Gloucester association hears a discussion of restorative justice by school psychologist Amanda Montani.