March/April 2020 • Vol. 50 • No. 5
Students can learn the same types of lessons from competitive video gaming as they learn in traditional sports.
Students learn to harness the power of artificial intelligence.
Details on changes and additional funding available for schools
What the newest generation in wireless networking means for schools.
Like many of you, I have experienced fear and uncertainty during the past few weeks. But I have also felt immense pride.
A salute to the creativity, dedication and commitment of school leaders across the state as we all endeavor to meet the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A look at the February New Board Member Weekend Orientation program.
A new law prohibits employers from asking applicants about salary history and institutes serious consequences for doing so.
Superintendent salary caps were eliminated last year; but there are still laws and regulations pertaining to CSA contracts. Here’s what you need to know.
NJSBA has adopted its 2020-2021 Legislative Agenda to guide the Association's advocacy efforts.
A Jackson elementary science curriculum is honored for encouraging kids to think and dream together.