The team met with the Board Monday, November 3. The meeting was scheduled to start at 1:30. The Board came to the meeting at approximately 2:30. We discussed language items and salary guides. Progress was made on several items, and more discussion is needed on others. The meeting concluded at 9:00.
The next meeting is scheduled for November 25.
In the meantime, we would like all members to familiarize themselves with Achieve New Jersey and Teach New Jersey. These new laws are in effect and impact most staff, especially when it comes to observations. Although most of the language in our expired contract is being followed, Teach New
Jersey supersedes our current language and dictates many procedures that are currently taking place.
For more information about the new evaluation system, you can go to www.newbrunswickea.com and click on the links for Teach New Jersey.
We understand that everyone would like to have a new agreement in place, but please understand that we are working to reach an agreement that is in the best interest of all our members. We do not want to settle our contract just to get it done.
We would like to thank everyone for your understanding, patience, and support as we work toward a settlement.
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by New Brunswick EA on Tuesday, October 28, 2014
The New Brunswick Board of Education seeks a gifted educator to replace their retiring Superintendent to lead this diverse and talented school and resident community to continue to build upon the accomplishments of the district.
An involved community with great resources remains committed to assisting the next Superintendent in leading this extraordinary urban community that puts students first. The highest priority is raising student achievement but the next Superintendent must be able to enlist and to motivate a dedicated professional and support staff in building confident students and engaging largely limited English speaking families.
The next Superintendent must be able to work well with a stable and engaged Board of Education and be committed to a long term of service consistent with the district's proud and unusual record of having only two Superintendents in the last 35 years.
Candidates who are confident they can lead this district with 10,000 students and significant partners like Rutgers University, Johnson & Johnson, as well as outstanding medical institutions in the community should send a letter of interest and a resume online to:
by New Brunswick EA on Friday, October 10, 2014
The New Brunswick Board of Education has contracted with the West Hudson Associates through former New Jersey Commissioner of Education, Dr. William Librera to conduct the search for the next Superintendent of Schools as the present Superintendent, Mr. Richard Kaplan will be retiring effective June 30, 2015.
All interested district staff and employees are urged to attend this second scheduled meeting on:
DATE: October 16, 2014
TIME: 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm
LOCATION: New Brunswick High School - Auditorium
At this meeting Dr. William Librera will ask critical questions that will assist him in developing a leadership profile.
The profile will guide the Board’s decision as to the criteria they desire in the next Superintendent.