In a compromise with the NJDOE, the State Board of Education reduced graduation testing requirements in high school from six to four tests.
October 9, 2018 • Vol. XLII No. 11
School board members from Ocean County met Tuesday night, Oct. 9, with leaders of the New Jersey School Boards Association (NJSBA) to discuss how state funding changes are affecting local districts.
The Appellate Division of Superior Court determined that not every email sent on government email servers is automatically a public record accessible under the Open Public Records Act.
Updated: Voters in 10 New Jersey school districts voted yes on $188.3 million in school construction projects, with late results from a close election in Emerson in Bergen County adding to the approved total. Proposals were defeated in five districts.
Southampton board members recognized for their achievement.
The open enrollment period for the School Employees Health Benefits Program (SEHBP) has begun and will run through Oct. 31. Employees can save money by enrolling in new lower-cost plans.
Wendrychowicz presented with the 2018 Archie F. Hay Award for "...his tireless efforts on behalf of all the students of Mahwah and Bergen County."
The NJSBA Workshop offers a wide variety of training opportunities from Monday, Oct. 22 through Thursday, Oct. 25. Monday will include a special Leadership Training Track, geared toward school board presidents and vice presidents, and any board member interested in building leadership skills.
Left to right: Diana Joffe, South Plainfield special education teacher; Deborah Boyle, South Plainfield Board of Education member and Middlesex County…
Eight New Jersey public schools won federal “blue ribbon” awards for offering high academic excellence and quality programs.
Wet weather has led to an outbreak of mold in our schools. An NJSBA podcast provides information on how to deal with the problem.
NJSBA officials receive recognition as Honorary Commanders during a recent ceremony at the McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst military base.