March/April 2019 • Vol. 49 • No. 5
An update on issues including FAPE, restraint and seclusion, and harassment, intimidation and bullying (HIB).
How installation of an innovative sensory room and an aquarium helped children learn to self-regulate behavior.
The superintendent of the Educational Services Commission of Morris County answers questions about changing challenges and practices in special education.
The importance of talking with — listening to— our students.
Over the years, there have been many changes in how special needs children are educated. But some things have not changed in special education — nor should they.
Recently new school board members underwent intensive training on how to effectively fulfill their responsibilities in the second of 2019’s two New Board Member Orientation weekend programs.
The award will help fund the Newark Health and Wellness Project
A review of some items a board of education is required to report to the ECS – Part 1.
If the board fails to elect a leader at the organization meeting, someone else gets to make the choice.
Hightstown students wrote legislation to release civil rights murder records. The bill was passed by Congress and signed by the president.