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NJASA Legal Department Research Services – April 2013 edition now online
The April 2013 issue of the NJASA Legal Research Publication Program is now available online to subscribers. This month’s Administrative Guide the first of a two-part series on Student Residency. The New Jersey Administrative Code governing student residency was updated in 2010, giving rise to numerous cases. Part one of this Administrative Guide will focus on which students are eligible to attend a district’s school and more complicated domicile issues.
In addition, the School News Briefs reviews five new cases including one under the TEACHNJ Act in which an arbitrator granted a teacher’s motion to dismiss inefficiency tenure charges because the principal’s evaluations of the teacher were internally inconsistent.
The April 2013 Impact on Negotiations reviews four new decisions, including one unusual decision in which PERC and the Commissioner of Education issued a joint order consolidating an unfair practice charge and declaratory ruling petition, and appointing a PERC Hearing Examiner as a Special Administrative Law Judge to hear the matter.
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