Summer 2021 Vol. 52 No. 1
Technology helps poor districts, but concerns linger about future funding.
Efforts to expand career-technical education show promise.
Union County’s Kenilworth District is focusing on learning loss concerns, SEL services and summer instruction.
Planning for the future, one student and one relationship at a time.
Engaged citizens are key to our democratic process.
NJSBA joined forces with several state school boards associations to conduct a day-long DEI training program for staff.
The Educational Leadership Foundation of New Jersey, in partnership with the U.S. Marines, is hosting a four-part training series on resilience and strong leadership.
Readers Forum: Healing New Jersey’s Children, Families and Communities from ACEs: A Coordinated Approach
The N.J. Department of Children and Families has launched an initiative that addresses Adverse Childhood Experiences, or ACEs.
Strategies for managing the additional security challenges remote learning presents.
Disclaimers may not be enough to avoid ethics act violations.
The student invention competition champions student curiosity and builds competence and confidence.