September 1, 2020 • Vol. XLIV No. 9
NJSBA thanks all board members who assisted in our advocacy efforts in opposing this legislation, which would infringe on school boards' responsibility to make personnel decisions.
The NJSBA Legal and Labor Relations Services Department provides an analysis.
Legislative Update: Burdensome Anti-Subcontracting Measure, NJQSAC Postponement Bill Head to Governor
The measure would severely inhibit a board of education’s ability to subcontract out for various services; NJQSAC measure would delay district assessments during the pandemic.
The Legislature has until Oct. 1 to enact a state budget for the governor's signature.
NJDOE Guidance on Executive Order 175; ‘Statement of Assurance’ Replaces Controversial ‘Attestation’
The previously required attestation document raised serious legal concerns for districts.
An administrative law judge ruled the board's decision to remove the member was "arbitrary and capricious."
NJSBA and Arts Ed NJ are looking for students to sing, dance, play music, or perform theater or poetry to engage and energize the Virtual Workshop audience.
The New Jersey State Teacher of the Year is typically announced at the State Board’s October meeting.
The waivers will ensure that children can continue to access meals during the pandemic.
Mike Vrancik served as the Association's director of governmental relations for 16 years.
There's still time to nominate a board member who has been an outstanding trustee of public education. The deadline for nominations is Sept. 8.
The director of special education services in Jersey City discusses the challenges of delivering instruction remotely to students with special needs.
Webinars will be held Wed. Sept. 2, and Thursday Sept. 3. They are also archived for later viewing.
The meeting will be held virtually on Saturday, Sept. 12, beginning at 9 a.m.
The Delegate Assembly will take place on Nov. 21, 2020.