September 4, 2019 • Vol. XLIII No. 6
Our state received high grades for commitment to funding public schools, and for its dedication to improving achievement.
Two taxpayers filed the suit, which challenged payments for union activities.
NJDOE provided the list of resources to help communities where lead in the water is an issue.
Working with her mother, Isobel Costello saw a problem and decided to help.
Nominations must be received by 4:30 p.m. on Friday.
This dynamic, fast-paced program helps school board bargaining teams be effective at the bargaining table.
A listing is provided of the winners in every county.
The guide provides the public with information about local school spending trends.
All resolutions submitted for the Nov. 23, 2019 Semiannual Delegate Assembly must be received at NJSBA headquarters by 5 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 19.
Education issues were discussed during summer meetings with lawmakers.
The 2020 awards program will focus on equity in education, recognizing district programs that remove barriers to achievement for vulnerable or underserved children.
The districts implementing or expanding preschool programs this school year have at least 20% of their student population receiving a free or reduced-price lunch.
The public meeting begins with registration and breakfast on Sept. 14 at 8:30 a.m.