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The New Jersey School Boards Association (NJSBA) presents a forum to explore education issues and the impact of state-level politics on New Jersey’s public school districts, hosted by Ray Pinney, of NJSBA. The format brings together state and local education leaders for a lively dialogue on the latest developments. Our children’s education is too important not to discuss and debate. To learn more about NJSBA, visit https://www.njsba.org.

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Building community support for your school district is critical to a district's success. This, however, takes more than putting out a newsletter. It takes a comprehensive communication plan, ​with strategies, tactics and measurable results that reflect... more

What is branding? Why should school districts be concerned about branding and marketing? What are the benefits of branding your district? What are the steps districts should take as they move forward in this process? Susan Marinello, the... more

Election Day is almost here and soon many people will go from being a school board candidate to a school board member. Once elected what should the new board member be prepared for? What is your legal responsibility? How do... more

What is equity in education? How is it different from equality? What are some inherent biases that could affect students? How do equity issues play out in schools? Please join us as former New Jersey Education Commissioner... more

In recent weeks, new concerns about vaping have been in the headlines. What is vaping? Who is vaping and what are the health risks associated it? How is the e-cigarette industry marketing strategy targeting our youth? What are the current... more

Outside of salaries and wages, the biggest cost driver in a district's budget is the price of health care benefits. In a time of tight budgets, how can districts find substantial savings in this area? On this podcast, Chris Heagele, the business... more

While there seems to be strong medical and scientific evidence that later start times benefit our students the obstacles to make the change are significant. The Princeton district decided it was worth the endeavor. In this podcast, Steven... more

Many experts in the medical community are promoting the idea of later start times for our middle and high schools. What is the impact of the lack of sleep on adolescents' health? Is there evidence that supports delaying school start times?... more

When a district has to accommodate a transgender student, what legal guidelines must they follow? In recent years most districts have had to deal with this issue. What policies should they have in place, and what accommodations are most... more

Disciplining public school students involves following a series of procedures and guidelines. If the discipline involves a child who is classified as special needs or entails a short-term or long-term suspension, things can get more complicated.... more

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