January/February 2020 • Vol. 50 • No. 4
Involving local residents and businesses in your district’s arts program is good for both the students and the community. Here are some project ideas.
How the Paramus school district built a first-class arts program for its students
New Jersey has reached a historic milestone: It is the first state to provide universal access to arts education.
Honoring school board members not only serves to thank current members; it also helps raise public awareness of the roles and responsibilities of local boards of education and builds respect for their work.
People have been moved to express themselves artistically since the earliest humans were inscribing paintings on the walls of caves. There is simply something about creating art that enriches one’s soul.
The Educational Leadership Foundation of New Jersey, in cooperation with NJSBA and NJEdge, hosted a training program to address the need for enhanced cybersecurity in schools.
How much do you know about the body that develops and enacts New Jersey’s education regulations?
If your schools are thinking of putting in school gardens, consider the policy implications.
An award-winning program gives a voice to ESL students