NJSBA is offering webinars, podcasts, Facebook Live events, and virtual conferences focusing on the challenges facing local school boards and school districts. Join the events live, or access the archived events at your convenience.



Facebook Live

NJSBA is hosting a series of Facebook Live events to address questions from boards, school administrators, and educators during the COVID-19 pandemic. Visit the NJSBA Facebook page to tune in.


Upcoming Webinars

NJSBA webinars convey important information related to navigating through the COVID-19 health crisis and will highlight solutions available to help NJSBA members manage the virus’s impact on New Jersey’s educators and students. View upcoming and past events on our webinar page.


Podcast: Conversations on New Jersey Education

Conversations on New Jersey Education, NJSBA’s podcast program broadcast over BlogTalkRadio.com, features a series of interviews focused on various subjects impacting school leadership.

Recent Online Events


Podcast: Conversations on New Jersey Education

Finding the Right Mask Policy for your District
In recent months, the issue of mandated masks in schools has divided some communities. With Gov. Murphy’s decision to lift the mask mandate, effective March 7, the decision as to whether students and staff should wear masks now falls to the local school district. Whatever decision a board and superintendent make, there may be some community members who disagree. As boards proceed in this decision what process should they follow? What legal issues should they take into consideration? How do they communicate their decision? In this podcast, attorney Jonathan Busch of the Busch Law Group discusses these and other pertinent issues with NJSBA’s Ray Pinney.

Facebook Live

Facebook Live Event: NJSBA Announces the Winners of the 2022 Innovations in Special Education Award
In partnership with, ASAH, the New Jersey School Boards Association is proud to premiere a celebration of Special Education Week in New Jersey and recognize the imaginative and valuable programs for special needs students on Thursday, May 12 at 10 a.m. on Facebook Live.

Now more than ever, we must take the time to celebrate New Jersey’s outstanding school programs in special education that ensure student success and demonstrate the hard work and achievements of special education students, their parents and teachers.


Using Comparative Data
This session provides information on using comparative data at the bargaining table; how to produce meaningful comparisons utilizing additional criteria; guidance on when and how to use the data; and point you to resources to help with your research. Current trends in teacher contract settlements will also be presented. If you are on the Board’s negotiating team, this session is essential in helping you identify trends that may affect your negotiations, as well as helping you to think outside of the little box they call the “county average”.