Across New Jersey school districts are preparing for another academic year of hybrid instruction in response to the ongoing Covid-19 crisis. The Educational Services Commission of New Jersey (ESCNJ) has solutions and services that can help districts by closing the Digital Divide, and ensuring that every student has personal device access and internet connectivity.
Private schools across New Jersey that serve children with special needs are releasing tuition rates for fiscal year 2022. Invoices will promptly be sent to local school districts, which every year enroll students with severe challenges in these private schools in an effort to provide a more thorough, specialized education.
Over the many months of the lingering COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve heard a consistent message from the governor’s office: New Jersey public schools should be open, if they can safely be open.
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...Caldwell has served on the board of the ESCNJ since 1999 and is the first person to be elected Board President for 14 years in a row.
Program Prepares Student for Successful Transitioning into Adulthood
Co-op Cuts the Price of Broadband Access to School Districts by 88 Percent
Educational Services Commission of New Jersey Hosts ERIC North™ 16th-Annual Training Seminar
An introduction to the Future Foundations Academy.