Sussex to Cape May October 2020

COVID: Inequality and Safety in Our Schools

Healthy Schools Now Virtual Conference
Saturday, Oct. 24 10 a.m.-noon

  In the time of COVID-19, school safety and health is a top priority. The pandemic put a spotlight on the inequality in our education system, something which has had an impact on students for decades. We will discuss school funding and facilities, the importance of having school health and safety committees, and Right to Know requirements. In addition, we will look at COVID-19 school plans and how proper ventilation, cleaning and disinfecting are necessary to keep the virus at bay.

  Join us as our panelists discuss important topics including:

  • School Health and Safety Committees and Your Right to Know
  • COVID-19 School Plans: Ventilation, Cleaning and Disinfecting
  • Inequality in Education: School Funding, Impacts of COVID, and School Facilities

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In-school virtual workshops from NJSBF

The New Jersey State Bar Foundation (NJSBF) is constantly working to provide comprehensive and diverse resources for New Jersey educators that meet the moment and address current classroom concerns. You may be familiar with the foundation’s trainings held at the New Jersey Law Center in New Brunswick, and more recently, its virtual webinars. NJSBF is excited to announce the release of its newest service—in-school virtual workshops.

This service is for educators who are interested in bringing the foundation’s workshops and webinars directly into their schools. The link below points to descriptions of the webinars and workshops available through this program. If you are interested fill out the application form available through the link.

NJSBF is providing a limited number of free workshops. Program choices are not guaranteed and are subject to facilitator availability.

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Questions? Email Tabitha Rodriguez at