March 19, 2019 • Vol. XLII No. 32
NJSBA will provide testimony.
When the superintendent’s employment contract was amended, the board was required to hold a public hearing on the amendment with a properly advertised public notice.
An interactive panel discussion will explore topics with which districts struggle, including changing demographics, teacher recruitment, and professional development.
The memo reiterated NJDOE directives.
Topics include parent-district relations and the importance of social-emotional learning across the general population to enhance the experience for the special education students.
The senators, in a video interview, call for changes that would cut costs.
Intervention for risky behavior, expressions of depression, and responses to thoughts of self-harm will be discussed.
Board members discussed their school funding status.
For the 10th consecutive year, there will be no increase in member dues.
STEAM Tank, and many other projects and initiatives supported by the Army, benefit students and board members.
All of the factors in the school funding formula are under review, according to the NJDOE.
The event celebrated "Unsung Heroes" in Union County.
"Unsung Heroes" were honored during a ceremony in Essex County.
The national non-profit EducationSuperHighway has developed free tools and resources to help schools and districts meet the deadline.
Eighth grade students participate in dialogue in Atlantic and Camden counties.
Visitation will be on March 23 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. in the Grenloch Presbyterian Church.