• New Jersey Supreme Court Recognizes Wide Arbitrator Discretion in Deciding Tenure Charges

    When deciding tenure charges, can an arbitrator impose a penalty other than a reduction in salary or a complete employment termination? That was the issue before the New Jersey Supreme Court in the matter of Amada Sanjuan v. West New York School District. In a decision decided on February 12, 2024, the Court responded with an emphatic YES.

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    New Jersey Supreme Court Recognizes Wide Arbitrator Discretion in Deciding Tenure Charges
  • Free to Members, but You Must Register!

    Join your colleagues, policy experts, and state lawmakers for the annual NJPSA Legislative Conference and Membership Meeting on March 22 at the FEA Conference Center! Share your ideas, concerns, and priorities with New Jersey leaders from the U.S. Congress, State Legislature, NJ Dept. of Education, and the Governor's Office!

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    Free to Members, but You Must Register!
  • Fall Conference Registration

    Please join us for the 2024 NJPSA/FEA/NJASCD Fall Conference - ILLUMINATE - at our new location, The Ocean Casino Resort on the Boardwalk in Atlantic City. Wednesday, Oct. 16 for assistant and vice principals, and Thursday and Friday, Oct. 17 and 18 for all educational leaders. Inspiring keynotes, engaging professional learning presented by NJPSA members and other leaders, Visionary Leadership Awards ceremony, and networking.

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    Fall Conference Registration
  • The New 2024 Winter/Spring FEA Catalog of Events Is Now Available

    Which professional learning and legal training sessions are you going to attend this winter and spring? To print the calendar in part or in full, please open the PDF version below. In-district programs are also available on any topic. Call us for details.

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    The New 2024 Winter/Spring FEA Catalog of Events Is Now Available
  • Multilingual Learner and Special Education Guidebook

    A joint subcommittee of the NJPSA Multilingual Learner and Special Education committees has developed a guidance document to help educators meet the needs of multilingual students who are struggling and students who may have a disability.

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    Multilingual Learner and Special Education Guidebook
  • Articles Posted on Sick Leave and Transgender Notifications

    In the articles posted below, NJPSA Chief Counsel Robert Schwartz, Esq. explains the new sick leave policy and Associate Counsel Jordan Shead, Esq. provides information on district policies regarding parental notification of students' gender identity.

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    Articles Posted on Sick Leave and Transgender Notifications
  • Get the Most Out of Your Membership

    There are so many ways you can be more involved with your association. Whether it is joining a committee, presenting a professional learning session, teaching in NJEXCEL, mentoring the next generation of leaders, advocating for or against pending legislation, or so many other options, click below and learn more about getting the most out of your membership.

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    Get the Most Out of Your Membership
  • New Season Under Way

    David Nash, Esq. and the LEGAL ONE team presents a series of podcasts on emerging school law issues and Court cases. Search for LEGAL ONE on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, or Spotify.

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    New Season Under Way
  • Learn How You Can Maximize Your Professional Learning Budget and Save

    Your district can pay $5,000 up front for professional learning services throughout the year and receive 10% off coaching and in-district programs, plus member prices for all professional learning sessions. Makes Board approval much easier.

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    Learn How You Can Maximize Your Professional Learning Budget and Save

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