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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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Recently the Legislature passed, and Gov. Phil Murphy signed into law, P.L. 2018, c5, commonly referred to as the ?Pass the Trash? law. This law affects all school districts, charter schools and private schools in regard to the hiring process.... more

Keeping students and staff members safe in our schools is a district's top priority. Perhaps the most effective tool for that is a strong working relationship between the school district and the local police department. For several years, the... more

Student discipline issues particularly at the higher grades can sometimes interfere with student learning. Stress whether it is with our high achieving students trying to get into college or at-risk students dealing with other issues, can also... more

The New Jersey School Boards Association has partnered with the Rock and Roll Forever Foundation, founded by Steven Van Zandt, to bring the Sonic Highways Hometown Documentaries project-based learning initiative to New Jersey school... more

Over the last year, sexual harassment in high-profile workplaces has garnered headlines. It is, however, an issue in all workplaces, including school districts. As an employer, what should school districts be aware of to make sure that they... more

New Jersey is widely recognized as a national leader in arts education. How important are the arts in education? What is the status of arts education in New Jersey as revealed by a statewide survey? What can districts do to make their... more

New Jersey's tenure law, TEACHNJ, was enacted in 2012, intended to provide a dramatic reduction in the time and cost of removing teachers who were repeatedly ineffective in improving student outcomes. Has it done so? What is the process,... more

There is little debate over the fact that New Jersey must address its public employee pension and health benefit obligations, or otherwise face a financial calamity. What is the impact of funding the current pension system? What role... more

As a board, you may be faced with many challenges in providing programs for students of special needs. You may even face legal challenges to special education decisions. Is there a way in which the district and parents can work... 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

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