The Workplace Democracy Enhancement Act was released by the Assembly Labor Committee on Monday, March 19.
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On March 8, the New Jersey Superior Court of Mercer County issued a decision that could have far-reaching implications for local zoning boards and boards of education.
Teachers in the Jersey City Public Schools returned to work on Monday after an illegal one-day work stoppage—the first teacher strike in the state since the 2002-2003 school year.
The NJSBA Board of Directors on Friday voted to submit a resolution to the May 19 Delegate Assembly that would expand the Association’s policies on school security and related issues.
The United States Drug Enforcement Administration, in partnership with the New Jersey School Boards Association and other non-profit organizations, will offer a Youth and Family Drug Awareness Summit at the Wildwood Convention Center on April 28.
High school culinary students from across New Jersey put their kitchen skills to the test recently in a cooking competition using MREs – military field rations – as ingredients.
The Union, Middlesex and Essex county school boards associations honored deserving high school students recently at the “Unsung Heroes Student Recognition Awards.”
At the March 16 meeting of the NJSBA Board of Directors, Amber Umphlet, of the Egg Harbor Township board, took the oath of office as a new member.
The NJSBA Board of Directors approved the 2018-2019 budget, and took other action, at its March 16 meeting at Association headquarters in Trenton.
NJSBA attorneys issued a guidance document, addressing state law, regulation and directives on fulfilling the 180 instructional day requirement.
The New Jersey School Boards Association is offering webinars on topics of critical importance to local boards of education. NJSBA webinars are free, and make…