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We're for the advancement of public education. NJSBA provides training, resources and advocacy for boards of education & charter schools in NJ.
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Take a look back at the education highlights of June 2018 in NJSBA's Monthly Minute .
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NJSBA Jul 16
The filing deadline for November school board candidates is July 30. Learn more.
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NJSBA Jul 16
Learn ways to start planning NOW to leverage your available E-Rate funding.
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NJSBA Jul 9
Register for NJSBA's Regional Leadership Training on Aug. 1!
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NJSBA Jun 29
Join us for Leadership Training on Aug. 1!
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NJSBA Jun 28
Having law enforcement in a school building on a regular basis is relatively new to schools. The Denville Township Supt, Steve Forte, and the Chief of Police Christopher Wagner discuss this issue with NJSBA’s Ray Pinney.
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NJSBA Jun 27
Why does the district need to work with the local police? John Niesz the Supt of the Keansburg School District discusses the importance of the school district and law enforcement working together from his perspective with NJSBA’s Ray Pinney.
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NJSBA Jun 26
A safe and secure school requires staff professional development and personnel centered on students’ social-emotional needs. In this video, Kathleen Taylor, superintendent of the Ocean City Public Schools, discusses the importance of school climate.
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NJSBA Jun 21
Workshop 2018: Early bird pricing ends June 30!
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NJSBA Jun 19
Let us spotlight your success! The School Leader awards showcase creative New Jersey public school programs that enhance learning. The nomination deadline is this Friday, June 22. Learn more.
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NJSBA Jun 19
Traditionally, school administrators look at school buildings with an eye toward learning. But today they also focus on security and student safety. John Niesz, Keansburg Public Schools superintendent, discusses the administrator’s security vantage point.
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NJSBA Jun 18
Law enforcement presence in schools can include a School Resource Officer and Class II or III Special Officers. Denville Public Schools Supt Steve Forte and the township’s police chief Chris Wagner address the types of law enforcement officers in schools.
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Kevin Ciak Jun 15
. Board of Directors conducting a strategic planning meeting for the and beyond!
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NJSBA Jun 15
We're excited to announce a new shared services technology partnership with to offer VMware virtualization software and EdgeSecure managed cybersecurity services. Read more.
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NJSBA Jun 14
NJSBA staff members are in training!
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NJSBA Jun 13
A 2016 statute created the new category of Class III Special Law Enforcement Officer, giving school districts another option for security personnel. Learn more about the role and responsibilities of the Class III officer here ->
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NJSBA Jun 13
May 2018: Monthly Minute covers a visit to NJSBA by NJ Commissioner of Education Lamont Repollet, the State Board’s vote to end state operation of the Paterson schools, the NJSBA/NJPTA Legislative Conference, and the Association’s video series on school safety and security.
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NJSBA Jun 13
PODCAST: Legal Issues on the "Pass the Trash" Law for School Districts - June 14 @ 2 p.m. -
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DisruptED TV Jun 12
and sustainable energy are an important part of the conversation in education. John Henry discusses how you can incorporate a model for your school.
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NJSBA Jun 12
South Jersey high schools to participate in Sonic Highways film festival at Workshop '18
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