January/February 2019 • Vol. 49 • No. 4
Board members should consider that they have a responsibility to advocate for their district’s students. A contingent of New Jersey board of education members recently traveled to Washington, D.C. to meet with some of the state's elected officials.
As any educator knows, what our future looks like depends on what we do today. That is true for students, for school districts, and for the New Jersey School Boards Association.
The first of 2019’s two New Board Member Orientation weekend programs was held Jan. 11-13 at the Princeton Marriott in Plainsboro.
Cybersecurity is one of the greatest challenges facing every organization — and the education community is no exception.
Once you become a school board member, volunteering in your school gets tricky. Here are guidelines to follow.
Nikki Silva, New Jersey’s 2018 Milken Educator Award honoree, spun a gift from her parents into a successful teaching career.