May/June 2019 • Vol. 49 • No. 6
Schools make vulnerable targets for hacking. How to protects against cyberincidents.
An overview of a district’s options when considering hiring school security officials.
More than four years after the release of its School Security Task Force Report, NJSBA updates the group’s findings and recommendations on this critical topic.
NJSBA's president for 2017-2019 looks back --and ahead.
As education professionals and as parents, we know that we can never rest easy when it comes to protecting our students and staff from the dangers they face.
The leadership program was designed to hone the skills of board presidents, vice presidents, and those who aspire to those critical roles.
Your registration covers up to 20 representatives from your district.
An overview of the most common types of board hearings, including student discipline, HIB, Donaldson, and student residency hearings.
Part 2 of a review of the notifications and reports that boards are required to provide to the executive county superintendent.
Over the next five years the state’s minimum wage will be gradually increasing. Here is how it will affect your district.